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Winny

[win-ee] /ˈwɪn i/
noun
1.
a male given name, form of Winston.
2.
a female given name, form of Winifred.
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  • She searched through the house and garden, but Winny was not to be found.

  • How surprised and pleased and amused Winny was when she came home!

  • Aunt Bertha had brought her as a birthday gift for Winny from Paris.

  • Winny asked, looking on half interestedly, half contemptuously.

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  • "That is so," said Winny, at last, speaking slowly and admiringly.

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  • "Of course," said Winny, leaving her book and coming around to attend to the buttons.

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  • Winny looked a little perplexed and a little annoyed, and then laughed.

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  • Presently, sitting there in the silence, he bethought himself of Winny in her desolation.

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  • The door opened and Winny came in, tugging her big umbrella.

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  • Winny said, pausing in the act of taking off her things to examine the pasteboard.

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