Examples from the Web for antonia
By Antonia Marrero and Adam Grannick for the Moral Courage Project How much does your job matter to you?
By Irshad Manji and Antonia Marrero for the Moral Courage Project In the big city, finding love is hard enough.
He had just returned from Iraq and his wife Carol and daughter Antonia were away.
By one account, Antonia and her best friend, Emily, had been found still holding hands.
He had been unable to find Antonia before the first responders ordered all civilians away.
She is about my own age and has one daughter of seventeen—your age, Hester—whose name is Antonia.
Jim'—Antonia took hold of my coat lapels—'there was something in your speech that made me think so about my papa!'My Antonia|Willa Cather
Antonia looked up quickly from her sketch-book, put out a hand, but did not speak.The Island Pharisees|John Galsworthy
Antonia was busy, and she was not the sort of person to mother a bride, Harboro thought.Children of the Desert|Louis Dodge
Before Annie could interfere, Antonia had hastened forward with long strides, which she soon quickened into a run.
Word Origin and History for antonia
fem. proper name, from Latin Antonia, fem. of Antonius (see Anthony).