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Margie

[mahr-jee] /ˈmɑr dʒi/
noun
1.
a female given name, form of Margaret.
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  • Margie, that was the expression I've been trying to remember all afternoon.

  • His daughter Margie, if not as pretty as Edith Shepard, interested me more.

    Up the River Oliver Optic
  • "I am told the Mississippi is a very large river," mused Miss Margie.

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  • Miss Edith and Miss Margie will take the starboard stateroom.

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  • Miss Margie's father called her, and thought it was too damp for her to be out after dark.

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  • Miss Margie wished she might fish; I told her to put on her thick gloves and she might try.

    Down South Oliver Optic

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