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  1. a female given name, form of Felicia.

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How to use Felice in a sentence

  • Felice became distinguished in his way, and his success encouraged the generous Federigo to adopt another child, Felices brother.

    The Story of Perugia | Margaret Symonds
  • Felice had lit the stove in the boudoir and the wood was burning in fitful blue and red flames.

    The Eternal City | Hall Caine
  • We turn up the Largo Carlo-Felice, the second wide gap of a street, a vast but very short boulevard, like the end of something.

    Sea and Sardinia | D. H. Lawrence
  • At that moment Felice's dark form stood against the light in the open door.

    The Eternal City | Hall Caine
  • The men moved about, choosing their places, and were silent until he left them with a gruff “Felice notte.”

    Olive in Italy | Moray Dalton