[uh-lish-uh, uh-lish-ee-uh, uh-lee-shuh, -shee-uh]
- a female given name, form of Alice.
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Examples from the Web for alicia
Jason Berry received a 1992 Alicia Patterson Fellowship for his coverage of demagogues in Louisiana.The Louisiana Racists Who Courted Steve Scalise
January 3, 2015
Eli says something very interesting during his conversation with Alicia: “They [voters] want people who are open-minded.”
At the very least, Alicia needs to position herself as a searcher, like her husband.
All religions condemn lying, but Alicia Florrick likely will not be elected if she runs as an atheist.
Because of this, no one on her campaign staff will let Alicia run on a platform of truth.
I call on you, dear Alicia, for congratulations: I am my own self, gay and triumphant!
My dear Alicia, of what a mistake were you guilty in marrying a man of his age!
Alicia and the housekeeper went with him, and the big house was closed for the winter.
Mr. Atkins went home early in the evening, taking Alicia with him.
The sentence was cut short by the entrance of Alicia herself.Half a Hero