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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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  • There are many women who, like Mathilde Sebastian, are readier to love success than console failure.

    Barlasch of the Guard H. S. Merriman
  • Mathilde was mollified, but she knew what was fitting, if the Princess did not.

    Long Live the King Mary Roberts Rinehart
  • "I am horrified at having given myself to the first man who came along," said Mathilde crying with rage against herself.

  • "Just a moment, Mathilde," he would say, and finish a paragraph.

    Long Live the King Mary Roberts Rinehart
  • He did not forget to efface the mark which the ladder had left on the bed of exotic flowers under Mathilde's window.

  • And I should very much like to have made Mathilde fall in love with me.

  • He had made his arrangements in advance for Fouqu to take Mathilde and madame de Rnal away on the morning of his last day.

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