Jeannie

[jee-nee]
Also Jean·ie, Jeanne [jeen; French zhahn] /dʒin; French ʒɑn/.
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Contemporary Examples of jeannie

  • But in 2001, at the Miss Philippines competition, Jeannie Anderson put all other vain contestants to shame.

  • Hernandez was followed by Jeannie Suk, a professor at Harvard Law School who has studied innovation in the fashion industry.

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    Fashion Fights Design Piracy

    Robin Givhan

    July 15, 2011

  • "It took us all a long time to heal from that," said Jeannie Bohn.

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    Behind Laura Bush's Car Crash

    A. L. Bardach

    May 2, 2010

  • Tommy, his sister Kathleen, and Jerri's friend Jeannie were by her side.

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    Saying Goodbye to Doc

    Maryanne Vollers

    June 26, 2009

  • She and Jeannie were planning a trip to the Arctic Circle to follow some nomadic reindeer herders.

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    Saying Goodbye to Doc

    Maryanne Vollers

    June 26, 2009

Historical Examples of jeannie

  • "It's to your credit, Mr. McCakeron, that you should hold til a promise," Jeannie was saying.

  • I wish you, Jeannie, my mate, to keep on making the young people glad.

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    Thomas Dixon

  • Jeannie had what she had bargained for and yet she was unhappy,—why?

  • Jeannie got up out of her chair, where she had been sitting ever since Daisy entered.

    Daisy's Aunt

    E. F. (Edward Frederic) Benson

  • Jeannie went that night to Lady Nottingham's room to talk to her.

    Daisy's Aunt

    E. F. (Edward Frederic) Benson