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Mathilde

[muh-til-duh; French ma-teeld; German mah-til-duh] /məˈtɪl də; French maˈtild; German mɑˈtɪl də/
noun
1.
a female given name, French or German form of Matilda.
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  • We were asked to give it at the Tuileries, and at the house of Princess Mathilde.

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  • Agar was to be introduced by Princess Mathilde, to whom she was then sitting as Minerva.

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  • He was a widower, and married for the second time a woman named Mathilde.

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  • For a moment Mathilde remained motionless, blinking her eyes.

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  • However, Mathilde, looking submissive but sad, did not stir.

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  • However, the door had opened, and Mathilde came in, followed by Jory.

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  • "Mathilde will be here in a moment," said Caron deferentially.

    The Trampling of the Lilies Rafael Sabatini

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