Examples from the Web for bathsheba
The truth was that Bathsheba was beyond the pale of activity—and yet not in a swoon.
Might they not have broken out with me, as they did with David when he looked on Bathsheba?Wilhelm Meister's Apprenticeship and Travels, Vol. I (of 2)|Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
On hearing these and other similar remarks, a wild thought flashed into Gabriel's mind that they might be speaking of Bathsheba.
Liddy knocked at eight o'clock, and Bathsheba un-locked the door.
There came a sudden light into her eye, such as Bathsheba had never seen there before.The Guardian Angel|Oliver Wendell Holmes, Sr.
British Dictionary definitions for bathsheba
Word Origin and History for bathsheba
Biblical wife of King David, mother of Solomon, from Hebrew Bathshebha, literally "daughter of the oath," from bath "daughter."
Culture definitions for bathsheba
A beautiful woman who attracted King David. To marry her, he sent her husband Uriah to his death in battle. Solomon was her second son by David.