Beatrix

[bey-uh-triks, bee-]
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  • What is the particular appositeness of your remarks, Beatrix?

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  • You needn't offer me any of your second-hand pabulum, Beatrix.

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  • You and Beatrix will soon be great moral forces in the metropolis.

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  • "Now, children, you must be good," Beatrix implored them hurriedly.

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  • "But I love Beatrix," Sally said inconsequently, after an interval.

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British Dictionary definitions for beatrix

Beatrix

noun
  1. full name Beatrix Wilhelmina Armgard . born 1938, queen of the Netherlands (1980–2013); abdicated in favour of her eldest son Willem-Alexander
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