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[soh-fee] /ˈsoʊ fi/
noun, (sometimes lowercase)
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  • Sophi's a widow from Boston, and she ain't never seen a lighthouse afore.

    The Woman-Haters Joseph C. Lincoln
  • Probably it would have been more dangerous to arouse the fears of the "Sophi" and "Magi."

  • The Sophi had just delegated to him the government of a province which he had conquered.

    Popular Tales Madame Guizot
  • Nay, there is a letter of his extant, in which he makes his boast that he had laid the Sophi of Persia under contribution.

    Essays and Tales Joseph Addison
  • Which lasts two hundred and forty leagues, and then Bazera, a castle of Sophi.

  • The two of 'em ain't done nothin' but argue and row over diseases and imagination and medicines ever since Sophi got here.

    The Woman-Haters Joseph C. Lincoln
  • Zuliman sprang forward, seized his arms, and hurried to range himself beneath the standard of the Sophi.

    Popular Tales Madame Guizot
  • And Sophi's one of them 'New Thoughters' and don't believe anybody's got any right to be sick.

    The Woman-Haters Joseph C. Lincoln

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