noun, plural dar·cies.
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My collaborator, Darcy Evans, and I are very insistent on calling Stealing Sam a “one-person play” and not a solo show.Into the Grindr of the Gay Dating Game: Sex, Death, and Aging in ‘Stealing Sam’|Tim Teeman|September 18, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Tess Morris is a London-based screenwriter: If Helen Fielding felt that Darcy needed to go, then, well, Darcy needed to go.
It was the ‘adult version’ of Darcy, aka Christian Grey, not Kindle, that made Fifty Shades the fastest-selling book of all time.
The original Darcy made Pride and Prejudice one of the greatest ever romantic novels.
A: Jane Austen, Persuasion B: Taylor Swift, "Mine" YOUR RESULTS: 12 for 12: Worthy of Mr. Darcy himself.
"You're the first gentleman that ever complained of the place," said Mrs. Darcy.My New Curate|P.A. Sheehan
They were there joined by Darcy, and all five formed a happily conversing group.Old Friends an New Fancies|Sybil G. Brinton
And there Mrs. Darcy, a daily comer, met him at least two or three times each week.Norine's Revenge; Sir Noel's Heir|May Agnes Fleming
"The sight was so surprising that I dropped the sack I had brought with me," pursued Darcy.Auriol|W. Harrison Ainsworth
"I really do not see what you are driving at, Darcy," and the other studied him curiously.Hope Mills|Amanda M. Douglas