a woman of exemplary meekness and patience.
a female given name: from a Germanic word meaning “gray battle.”
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How to use Griselda in a sentence
Short and plump, with a dimpled chin, Griselda Blanco might have been the grandmother next door.
Griselda Blanco, a.k.a. the ‘Queen of Cocaine,’ was shot to death in Colombia this week.
And it was very sweet to him to be sent in this intimate way by Griselda Walbridge to inspect and report on her mother.
She went to Peter Robinson's and spent twenty-seven pounds nineteen and sixpence on a muff and stole for Griselda.
"Hardy has talent," he said, screwing his glass in his eye, and studying Griselda's charming face with relish.
Mrs. Walbridge went to the girls' room, where Griselda was writing notes, and told her.
And then the door opened and Griselda came suddenly in, wrapped in a big fur-collared velvet cloak.