Frederica

[ fred-uh-ree-kuh, fre-dree- ]

noun
  1. a female given name: derived from Frederick.

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How to use Frederica in a sentence

  • Congresswoman Frederica Wilson spent much of her life working in the field of education before turning to politics.

  • In a sea of blazers and boring pantsuits comes Frederica Wilson, a newly elected Florida Democrat.

    Freshmen Hit the Hill | Samuel P. Jacobs | January 4, 2011 | THE DAILY BEAST
  • Norman thought this clumsy, but Dorothy instantly assented—and the baby was duly christened Frederica.

    The Grain Of Dust | David Graham Phillips
  • When Frederica perorated, and this remark partook of the nature of peroration, it was as though she took a header into deep water.

    Mount Music | E. Oe. Somerville and Martin Ross
  • Frederica could be just, but when a question of religion intervened, she found it hard to be generous.

    Mount Music | E. Oe. Somerville and Martin Ross
  • Others, who had no religious scruples regarding war, were settled at Frederica.

    The Colonization of North America | Herbert Eugene Bolton
  • Thus, Miss Frederica Coppinger phrased it to those of her allies with whom she was now holding sweet communion.

    Mount Music | E. Oe. Somerville and Martin Ross