fem. proper name, from Latin Corinna, from Greek Korinna, diminutive of kore "maiden," also an epithet of Persephone; see Kore.
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For an instant Corinna wondered; then she returned merrily: "Certainly he wouldn't look at me when Mrs. Stribling is near."
Yet they had killed him, Corinna knew, because they could not understand him!
At the foot of the stairs, Corinna ran against Gideon Vetch.
Even a glimpse of that flaunting pink hollyhock of a woman was sufficient to ruffle the placid current of Corinna's thoughts.
Corinna with her unfading youth became a part of all the loveliness that he had ever seen—of all beauty everywhere.