Bianca

[ byahng-kah, bee-ahng-kuh ]

noun
  1. a female given name: from an Italian word meaning “white.”

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How to use Bianca in a sentence

  • As I was taking off my boots, Bianca came breathlessly into my room.

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  • By listening in on their conversation, we get to know the narrator, Asa Baker-Rouse, and the filmmaker, Bianca Giaever.

  • Bianca Dolcebuono's words did little to ease the smart of his wound.

    The Child of Pleasure | Gabriele D'Annunzio
  • But you don't see Knut Holm giving up the game for a little thing like that; no, we must get our old friend Bianca to lend a hand.

    Dry Fish and Wet | Anthon Bernhard Elias Nilsen
  • If the vision that showed her Frau Bianca on her death-bed had come true, why should not the other one concerning the doctor?

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  • He murmured Bianca's name and closed his eyes, while a happy smile lit up his worn, thin face.

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  • For these men Bianca Stella had danced in vain, for—it remains symbolically true—only the pure in heart can see God.

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