How to use Frieda in a sentence
Bob and Frieda were still carrying on their teen love after Nazi tanks had appeared on the streets.
That explains the calm that Anne Frank and Frieda Brommet enjoyed in 1941.
Frieda, who was four years older than Anne, had several boyfriends in her teens.
The Franks took an apartment on the Merwedeplein, right around the corner from Frieda Brommet.
Frieda spent her girlhood in the embrace of her extended family, living a few blocks from both sets of grandparents.
Angela being present, however, and Frieda's foster mother, it was necessary for him to be circumspect and distant.
"Oh, there aren't such people," laughed Frieda, surprised at the titles but tickled at the thought of them.
The days went on and various little meetings—some accidental, some premeditated—took place between Eugene and Frieda.
Frieda hung round him in a good-natured way most of the time when various members of the family were present.
He was lying "out of the whole cloth" about Frieda, but Angela didn't know and he knew she didn't know.