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Lettie

or Letty

[let-ee] /ˈlɛt i/
noun
1.
a female given name, form of Laetitia.
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  • Lettie had never seen her look so, and in spite of her anger she was frightened.

    Kristy's Rainy Day Picnic Olive Thorne Miller
  • There's no call for you to be frightened, Lettie—but what I've got to say is serious.

    The Borough Treasurer Joseph Smith Fletcher
  • But if Cotherstone had only known it, he need have suffered no anxiety about Lettie.

    The Borough Treasurer Joseph Smith Fletcher
  • Garthwaite glanced at Lettie, who was whispering to Bent, and shook his head.

    The Borough Treasurer Joseph Smith Fletcher
  • "That'll mean that everything will be hurried—and spoiled," replied Lettie.

    The Borough Treasurer Joseph Smith Fletcher
  • He promised to talk seriously to Lettie at once about an early wedding.

    The Borough Treasurer Joseph Smith Fletcher
  • Before us was the poor cottage where Lettie White was dying.

    Wee Wifie Rosa Nouchette Carey
  • Drusilla Osborn was first, then Lettie Burley, an alto, came next.

    Blue Ridge Country Jean Thomas
  • I expect Lettie will do very much what we do; but Im not sure.

  • What is to happen to me if I dare to go to the Broad with poor Lettie?

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