Alicia

[uh-lish-uh, uh-lish-ee-uh, uh-lee-shuh, -shee-uh]
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noun

a female given name, form of Alice.

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  • "If Marian plays on the team with you girls, then look out," further advised Alicia.

  • "You know the Judge must have kept it, Alicia," the old doctor gently insisted.

  • Alicia said, but Captain Filbert's inner eye seemed retained by that imaginary congregation.

    Hilda

    Sarah Jeanette Duncan

  • "Oh, I slipped out," said Alicia, nestling beside her friend.

    Half a Hero

    Anthony Hope

  • These words did not move the Prince, in spite of the despair which Alicia put into them.

    The Enemies of Women

    Vicente Blasco Ibez