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Trixie

[trik-see] /ˈtrɪk si/
noun
1.
a female given name, form of Beatrix.
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  • I'll come by you, Trixie, eh—you'll take care of your uncle, won't you?'

    The Giant's Robe F. Anstey
  • It's Trixie here who gets all the love-letters, isn't it, Trixie?

    The Giant's Robe F. Anstey
  • Who is it now, Trixie, and where do we meet him, and when is the wedding?

    The Giant's Robe F. Anstey
  • Mark rose and opened the door to Trixie, in a loose morning wrapper.

    The Giant's Robe F. Anstey
  • Have you got anything else to tell me, Trixie, because I shall have to be going soon?'

    The Giant's Robe F. Anstey
  • In his heart he was afraid he should be homesick, like Trixie.

    Sonny Boy Sophie Swett
  • If we get moving, we shall be just in time to see Trixie Kayper at the Amphitheatre.

    A Young Man's Year Anthony Hope
  • "Very pleasant for you, Trixie," said her papa, with one of his chuckles.

    Guy Deverell, v. 1 of 2 Joseph Sheridan Le Fanu
  • Trixie heard a lady say to her friend, "The camels are coming!"

    P. T. Barnum's Menagerie

    P. T. Barnum and Sarah J. Burke

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