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Lynette

[li-net] /lɪˈnɛt/
noun
1.
a female given name.
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  • You're artful, Lynette Mildare, trying to change the conversation.

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  • "But I am a dunce, dear, and so I leave you to read him to me," said Lynette triumphantly.

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  • Lynette's tears had been dried quickly, like all joy-drops that the eyes shed.

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  • I think it belonged to someone she used to know, and her mother was Lynette.

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  • She had been absent from the scenes of Lynette's little social triumphs.

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