Candace

[kan-dis, kan-duh-see, kan-dey-see]
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noun

a female given name: from a Greek word meaning “glowing.”

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  • "Here's your passenger," he said, helping Candace into the carriage.

    A Little Country Girl

    Susan Coolidge

  • She kissed Candace, and looked at her with a sort of soft scrutiny.

    A Little Country Girl

    Susan Coolidge

  • By the way, she must have come down on the 'Eolus' with you, Candace.

    A Little Country Girl

    Susan Coolidge

  • Candace thought him delightful; he thought her more than delightful.

    A Little Country Girl

    Susan Coolidge

  • Candace wore whatever it was ordained that she should wear, but she did not always "like" it.

    A Little Country Girl

    Susan Coolidge