Penelope Cruz, Dustin Lance Black, and Sean Penn all gave me le shivers.
Professor Penelope Leach told The Daily Beast it was ludicrous to monitor young children in that way.
So, where does that leave Isobel (Penelope Wilton) in this battle of wills?
But then all the guests quieted to listen to Penelope Cruz, my favorite winner of the night.
He was weeks away from becoming a first-time father, just six months into his marriage to the lovely Penelope Cruz.
Here lies one motive why Ulysses must go to the palace and test Penelope.
Then for the second time he astonished Penelope by laughing.
Then Penelope asked him straightly, "Who art thou, stranger, and whence hast thou come?"
Penelope, consumed with curiosity, joined the touring party one day.
And he wrote a book in which he took away the palm of beauty from Argive Helen and handed it to poor Penelope.
fem. proper name, name of the faithful wife in the "Odyssey," from Greek Penelopeia, probably related to pene "thread on the bobbin," from penos "web," cognate with Latin pannus "cloth garment" (see pane (n.)). Used in English as the type of the virtuous wife (1580) as it was in Latin.
The wife of Odysseus in classical mythology. Penelope remained true to her husband for the ten years he spent fighting in the Trojan War and for the ten years it took him to return from Troy, even though she was harassed by men who wanted to marry her. She promised to choose a suitor after she had finished weaving a shroud for her father-in-law, but every night she unraveled what she had woven during the day. After three years, her trick was discovered, but she still managed to put her suitors off until Odysseus returned and killed them.
Note: Penelope is an image of fidelity and devotion.