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Susette

[soo-zet] /suˈzɛt/
noun
1.
a female given name, form of Susanna or Susannah.
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  • Don't worry, Susette; I'm going to give monsieur the time of his life.

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  • Susette lingered a minute after she had put down the newspapers.

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  • Why, then, some one must have been awake when I came home, Susette!

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  • Springing from the couch, she allowed Susette to attire her in her black silk.

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  • Of course it will, Susette; for they will be kind to me for my dead mother's sake.

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  • But, little Susette, she cannot do without it, because she is sick.

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  • It was a spirit of tender elation, though, that dominated Gaspard and Susette.

    The Ten-foot Chain Achmed Abdullah
  • He said nothing about this to Susette, of course; he chased it from his own joy.

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  • And he smilingly explained to Susette: It's my old friend, Joseph, the carter.

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  • "It was the odor of the horses," Susette replied in her small voice.

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