[ grech-uhn; German greyt-shuhn ]


  1. a female given name, form of Margaret.

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Example Sentences

Yet your Governor, Gretchen “Half” Whitmer is way in over her head, she doesn’t have a clue.

Indeed, he renounces them, while his white artist wife Emily (Gretchen Mol) has embraced Islam in both belief and her canvases.

In doing so, Gretchen Hamel, a spokesperson for the Ernst campaign, said that the paper was biased.

We all know, and spend our lives trying to avoid, people like Jimmy and Gretchen.

Gretchen Reynolds argues “The First 20 Minutes” could be enough.

But I liked what they did with Elliott and Gretchen, the lasers with Badger and Skinny Pete.

The part of Gretchen was played by an actress who is still of note to-day, and she made a most enduring impression on me.

Millions of words stood between him and Gretchen, and she was already seventeen and he had turned twenty.

Hans raged and made as if to demolish the heart, and Gretchen, and indeed the whole dyke, but then he thought of something better.

The press was satisfactorily represented, much to Aunt Gretchen's gratification.

Aunt Gretchen has long-since lost the smooth silhouette for which the Nicholas women are noted.