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Marie

[muh-ree; for 2 also French ma-ree] /məˈri; for 2 also French maˈri/
noun
1.
(Marie Alexandra Victoria of Saxe-Coburg) 1875–1938, queen of Romania 1914–27.
2.
a female given name, French form of Mary.
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  • On this evening Marie lingered after she had removed the table.

  • I can see Marie now, great big girl as she then was, in tears.

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  • It was a beauty prize that the jury had conscientiously awarded to Marie Lloyd.

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  • Marie Roger kissed me, saying, "You are a plucky little comrade!"

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  • Marie was still holding Pierre's fingers in her own small, warm hand.

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Marie

/məˈriː/
noun
1.
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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