[kan-dis, kan-duh-see, kan-dey-see]
- a female given name: from a Greek word meaning “glowing.”
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Examples from the Web for candace
It reminded me a bit of an alternative take on The Wolf of Wall Street—through the Toni and Candace lens.Coffee Talk with Fred Armisen: On ‘Portlandia,’ Meeting Obama, and Taylor Swift’s Greatness
January 7, 2015
Candace Bushnell, whose New York Observer column became the inspiration for Sex and the City, hopes that it is.Candace Bushnell Defends ‘The Carrie Diaries’
March 25, 2013
Jaffe was the Candace Bushnell of the atomic age, painting a picture of the life of single working women in New York City.The ‘Mad Men’ Book Club
Samuel P. Jacobs
June 11, 2012
And you had a sister [Candace Cameron] who was on Full House.Kirk Cameron of ‘Growing Pains’ Says He’s Not Homophobic, Explains Christian Beliefs
March 20, 2012
Candace Browning, head of global research for Bank of America, called such thinking “completely out of touch with the reality.”Gilt Groupe CEO: Make More Noise!
March 9, 2012
"Here's your passenger," he said, helping Candace into the carriage.
She kissed Candace, and looked at her with a sort of soft scrutiny.
By the way, she must have come down on the 'Eolus' with you, Candace.
Candace thought him delightful; he thought her more than delightful.
Gertrude happened to be out; so Candace fell heir to her share of the invitation.