Examples from the Web for juliet
Like Romeo and Juliet, we lived in different worlds — until now.
One guy hams it up as Juliet, blonde wig and all, as a crowd gathers, delighted by the impromptu performance.
His first theater role was as Friar Laurence in a UVA production of Romeo and Juliet.Ben McKenzie’s Journey From Reluctant Teen Idol on ‘The O.C.’ to Sheriff of ‘Gotham’|Marlow Stern|November 4, 2014|DAILY BEAST
“Our founder Juliet Lowe knew about outdoor education, for the girls to learn leadership, to work in a group,” says Sheppard.
But Lois Leveen, author of the novel 'Juliet's Nurse,' says good things happen when authors brazenly borrow from the Bard.
To bring Torella to my feet—to possess my Juliet in spite of him—all this my wealth could easily achieve.
So with the nurse in Romeo and Juliet, whose endless gossip and vulgarity cannot quite hide a kind heart.English Literature|William J. Long
But Juliet haughtily ignored the invitation and huddled in the bottom of the bowl.Patty's Success|Carolyn Wells
Juliet immediately resigned her large apartment, and fixed herself in the small room of Gabriella.The Wanderer (Volume 3 of 5)|Fanny Burney
Certainly; but—surely you will not suffer Juliet to be sacrificed?Mildred at Roselands|Martha Finley
British Dictionary definitions for juliet
Word Origin and History for juliet
fem. proper name, from Italian Giulietta, diminutive of Giulia "Julia" (see Julia). Cf. French Juliette. Juliet cap (1904) was felt to resemble a type worn in stage productions of "Romeo and Juliet."
A Parisian fancy which is finding little favor here, is the Juliet cap. It is a net of beads or of meshed cord jewelled or beaded at the intersections. Clustered bunches of blossoms and foliage are set at each side of the cap, above the ears. ["Fabrics, Fancy-Goods & Notions," trade publication, New York, January 1904]