[ ih-vad-nee ]
/ ɪˈvæd ni /
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noun Classical Mythology.
the wife of Capaneus who threw herself on his funeral pyre.
a daughter of Pelias, king of Iolcus.
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How to use Evadne in a sentence
A rhapsody on the exquisiteness of the fruit's flavour would have bored Evadne stiff.
Evadne and I sat down, and our exceedingly dull conversation was soon interrupted by the advent of the church goers.
Heaven sent me Evadne--just escaped from morning lessons with her governess, and scuttling across the lawn to visit her Sealyhams.
Sir Julius, after the suppression of Evadne, made him the little tiniest well-bred ghost of an oration.
The next day I succeeded by hook or by crook in guiding the pet lambs, Evadne included, in the way they should go.