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Trudy

[troo-dee] /ˈtru di/
noun
1.
a female given name, form of Gertrude.
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  • Mary came out of her office and stopped before Trudy accusingly.

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  • “Mary takes after her pa, poor child,” she had told Trudy confidentially.

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  • Trudy had not exaggerated when she boasted of her own style.

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  • For there was a forked road for Trudy as well as for Mary Faithful.

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  • “I ought to pay more board,” Trudy giggled at her own audacity.

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  • Mary was not to be ignored, nor did Trudy wish to ignore her.

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