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Ninette

[ni-net] /nɪˈnɛt/
noun
1.
a female given name.
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  • In due time the party reached the little hamlet where Ninette lived.

    Rollo in Switzerland Jacob Abbott
  • What will happen when “Ninette” leaves her companion it is difficult to say.

  • She teck dat li'le chile, an' raise it, sem lack she raisin' Ninette.

    Bayou Folk Kate Chopin
  • “I do like you,” said Ninette graciously as he took his departure.

    Just William Richmal Crompton
  • His sister, little Ninette, nestled close to her stately grandmother.

  • Ninette costs me less than Domingo, with his jockey, his trainer, and his grooms.

  • Some months later, in Ninette la Cour, she played the part of Ninette in a way which stupefied the spectators.

  • She was like a child in her exultant happiness, far more child-like, indeed, than the grave little Ninette whom she was nursing.

    We Two Edna Lyall
  • Ninette Simplon is a shrewd girl—a girl whom I have always suspected of having an account book in place of a heart.

  • They also bought a drink of excellent milk for the whole party of Ninette's mother and then resumed their journey.

    Rollo in Switzerland Jacob Abbott

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