Do you mean to say that Miss Lucretia is in Brampton and spoke at the mass meeting?
There was cousin 'Creeshy,' as we called her; Lucretia, more correctly.
He was warmly received by Lucretia, for whom he conceived great admiration.
Lucretia's being a goose made no difference in the principle.
Mrs. Bell coming to her rescue, Lucretia asked what Mr. Bell had been doing in the cellar that it was all "dug up."
I knew that Lucretia was at the old house at Grantwich, and I came straight to her.
Grasping the arms of her chair with both hands, her eyes fixed eagerly on his face, Lucretia Dalibard awaited the welcome visitor.
"Porter tells me Lucretia is good business," said Danby, in a tentative tone.
Lucretia, if he has not detected our secret, he more than suspects my—my presumption.
For an instant John Porter forgot all about Lucretia and her troubles.
fem. proper name, from Latin Lucretia (cf. French Lucrèce), fem. of Lucretius, Roman masc. proper name, originally the name of a Roman gens.