Examples from the Web for adeline
Attractive, rather than handsome, was the epithet best suited to describe Adeline Mowbray.
Adeline, on hearing this terrible information, fell insensible on the ground.
Diana, catching Adeline in the garden one afternoon, made a desperate effort to obtain its fulfilment.A harum-scarum schoolgirl|Angela Brazil
Adeline, alarmed at this intention, conjured him not to irritate his complaint by so dangerous an exertion.
"That looks promising," said Adeline to Lisbeth, smiling so far as she was able to smile.Cousin Betty|Honore de Balzac
Word Origin and History for adeline
fem. proper name, from French, of Germanic origin, literally "noble" (see Adelaide).