- Ma·rie [muh-ree; French ma-ree] /məˈri; French maˈri/, 1755–93, queen of France 1774–93: wife of Louis XVI.
- a female given name: derived from Antoine
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Contemporary Examples of antoinette
Antoinette Tuff, who tried to kill herself nine months earlier, talked him out of it.The Woman Who Stopped a School Shooting
January 22, 2014
“Wow Antoinette Tuff is a true hero for saving everyone at that schools life in Decatur, Georgia,” Bush tweeted.In 911 Call, Atlanta School Bookkeeper Calms Shooter With ‘Love’
August 22, 2013
Historical Examples of antoinette
I had probed the hearts of the ruffians, and I did not need Antoinette's warning.
Antoinette de Mauban shrieked, but I rose to my feet, laughing aloud.
Antoinette heard the door creak, and she was on her feet like a flash.
"You must not excite yourself, my lady," replied Antoinette, quickly.
Quick as a flash, Antoinette crossed the room and flung open the door.
- See Marie Antoinette