Definition for eda (2 of 3)
Definition for eda (3 of 3)
Examples from the Web for eda
It was a 1993 campaign biography of the Czech dissident-turned-president Václav Havel, by Eda Kriseová.
So, Master Frank, be pleased to take Eda off your shoulder, and give ear to my instructions.
Eda would have been horrified that Janet should have dallied with any other relationship; God would punish her.
She gained the avenue she had trod with Eda on that summer day of the circus.
You know I have had always a partiality for miserable old wives, Eda; which accounts, perhaps, for my liking for you!
“You will be steersman and sit in the stern, Eda,” said Frank, as they embarked.