or Jo·die

[ joh-dee ]


  1. a female given name.

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Example Sentences

DC temporarily replaced him with bestselling novelist Jodi Picoult, whose brief run fared even worse.

Later he told the reporter who had the story, Jodi Kantor, that Jarrett was a liar.

Jodi Rudoren, the Times Jerusalem bureau chief, is the author of this simplistic and, frankly, bizarre article.

Or why did America obsess over the trial of Jodi Arias, who killed a white man?

I suspect that Jodi Arias has effectively put the jury to sleep.

Tim and Jodi had lots of new things to show Maggie, but they also wanted to hear about the horses.

Tim stopped dead in his tracks, and Jodi hung back to stare at Maggie.

Jodi shook her head and said, "You still put a hole in her lawn chair."

She started toward the barn, but Tim and Jodi raced past her.

As they walked back to the Anderson's car, Jodi eyed Maggie.





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