Next out was madeline, a one-and-a-half year old Sphinx in a frilly pink ballerina outfit.
“My sister went to high school with him,” said madeline Fletcher, 16.
A scene between Cleavon Little, the black sheriff, and madeline Kahn.
The Duke team led by madeline Meier studied nearly every child born in the New Zealand town of Dunedin born in the early 1970s.
Is it twue vot zey say,” madeline asks him seductively, “about how you people are built?
He understood now that there had been some mistake and that Miss madeline had received the letter he had written to her niece.
Miss madeline watched him guiltily as he walked across the lawn.
For many minutes after madeline had finished her recital, she sat staring straight before her, like a statue.
That young brother of his, Charlie, is in love with you, madeline.
She held in her hand the picture of Edward Percy, with the face turned away, and this she extended to madeline.
fem. proper name, variation of Madeline. The kind of small, rich confection is attested from 1845, said in OED to be named for Madeleine Paulmier, 19c. French pastry cook; any use with a sense of "small thing that evokes powerful nostalgia" is due to Proust (1922).