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Phebe

[fee-bee] /ˈfi bi/
noun
1.
a female given name.
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  • Phebe was blushing crimson, but the roguish look was still in her eyes.

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  • Again Frank was the first on the floor, with Phebe Macey as his partner.

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  • "Then pitch for the Camdens this afternoon," murmured Phebe.

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  • There chanced to be no patients, but Phebe sat reading before the fire.

    Teddy: Her Book Anna Chapin Ray
  • "Phebe has just found out about Huntington's, papa," she said, with brave dignity.

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  • "She's getting her come-uppance," Archie observed, with scant pity for Phebe.

    Teddy: Her Book Anna Chapin Ray
  • It was the same Phebe, older and taller, but otherwise unchanged.

    Teddy: Her Book Anna Chapin Ray
  • Phebe's accent suggested that her feelings were hurt at the question.

    Teddy: Her Book Anna Chapin Ray
  • "Give them to Hope, then," Phebe said, careless of Hope's blushes.

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  • Phebe asked, as the corky, hard root cracked under her jaws.

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British Dictionary definitions for Phebe

Phebe

/ˈfiːbɪ/
noun
1.
a variant spelling of Phoebe1
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