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Frannie

or Fran·ny

[ fran-ee ]
/ ˈfræn i /
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noun
a female given name, form of Frances.
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How to use Frannie in a sentence

  • We climbed five hundred feet and, with our searchlight playing upon the ground beneath, started directly for Frannie.

    The Fire People|Ray Cummings
  • There we might find food and water; and, thus refreshed, we could start back north to cover the fifteen miles to Frannie.

    The Fire People|Ray Cummings
  • I would feel better then, and we could start back on foot for Mantua and Frannie.

    The Fire People|Ray Cummings
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