Deirdre [ deer-dr uh, -dree; Irish dai-d r r uh ] SHOW IPA / ˈdɪər drə, -dri; Irish ˈdɛər drə / PHONETIC RESPELLING noun Irish Legend. the wife of Naoise, who killed herself after her husband had been murdered by his uncle, King Conchobar. a female given name.
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How to use Deirdre in a sentence
The initial military autopsy on
Deirdre came back inconclusive as to the cause of her death. Deirdre Smith, 47, of Austell, Georgia, was shot and killed Monday while trying to break up a neighborhood fight.
It will also have a new epilogue written by my spouse,
Deirdre, who is the one person readers are most curious about.
Deirdre and Violet there is more than a fire,” Yanique writes.
It was bareback on Lass, that Davey and
Deirdre came jogging along the road from school for the first time.
The Schoolmaster's face was dark with displeasure, and it was a very sullen, drooping
Deirdre who took her seat beside Davey.
"No," said Davey in his newly-won good humour and sore at
Deirdre's indifference to his attempts to attract her attention all day.
Davey was not sure that he liked the
Deirdre who had learnt to brush her hair and wear woman's clothes as well as the old Deirdre. Deirdre ran back to the house, tore the blankets from the beds inside and threw them on to the verandah. British Dictionary definitions for Deirdre noun Irish myth a beautiful girl who was raised by Conchobar to be his wife but eloped with Naoise. When Conchobar treacherously killed Naoise she took her own life: often used to symbolize Ireland See also Naoise
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