Helene

[huh-leen]
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noun

a female given name, form of Helen.

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Examples from the Web for helene

Contemporary Examples of helene

  • “Had champagne that night,” Helene recalled to Haygood during their interview, as her husband grinned.

  • Helene feels caught in a terrible dilemma: to choose between the man she loves and preserving herself.

  • Helene Zuber at Der Spiegel Online says the latest revelations could not come at a worse time.

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    It's Not Good to Be the King

    David Frum

    May 18, 2012

  • Helene began her career in the art world working for Louis Meisel at his fine art gallery in Soho.

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    For Helene

    Karin Bravin

    July 2, 2010

  • I remember the excitement we used to feel when Helene walked through the door of the gallery.

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    For Helene

    Karin Bravin

    July 2, 2010

Historical Examples of helene

  • Helene was forced to accept the invitation, while Jeanne timidly perched herself on the edge of another chair.

    A Love Episode

    Emile Zola

  • During this time Helene was constantly coming and going about her victim.

    She Stands Accused

    Victor MacClure

  • Then, as Helene accompanied her into the ante-room, she wished to apologize for her prevarication.

    A Love Episode

    Emile Zola

  • He took her in his arms, and told Helene that the child felt tired.

    A Love Episode

    Emile Zola

  • It is to be remarked, however, that the Hetels themselves were against the brusque dismissal of Helene.

    She Stands Accused

    Victor MacClure