[muh-ree; for 2 also French ma-ree]
- Marie Alexandra Victoria of Saxe-Coburg, 1875–1938, queen of Romania 1914–27.
- a female given name, French form of Mary.
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Examples from the Web for marie
“It matters to see those images—greatly,” says Marie Wilson.Will There Ever Be a ‘Good Wife’ Effect on Politics?
October 20, 2014
Marie Claire editor in chief Anne Fulenwider said she has no comment about Mam using her magazine as a springboard for redemption.
Now “Marie Claire” says “Newsweek” is guilty of careless reporting.
“Of course, people can change the stories they tell,” Pesta writes in Marie Claire.
While at Marie Claire, she was both a judge and mentor on the hit reality show Project Runway.Joanna Coles: Why Cosmopolitan Does Sexy and Serious So Well
August 22, 2014
On this evening Marie lingered after she had removed the table.Hetty's Strange History
I can see Marie now, great big girl as she then was, in tears.
It was a beauty prize that the jury had conscientiously awarded to Marie Lloyd.
Marie Roger kissed me, saying, "You are a plucky little comrade!"
Marie was still holding Pierre's fingers in her own small, warm hand.The Three Cities Trilogy, Complete
- 1875–1938, queen consort of Ferdinand I of Romania. A granddaughter of Queen Victoria, she secured Romania's support for the Allies in World War I
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