Lucinda

[ loo-sin-duh ]

noun
  1. a female given name, form of Lucy.

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How to use Lucinda in a sentence

  • Henry Falkins and Lucinda Merton had not kept close count on the flying moments since they had entered the summer-house.

    The Code of the Mountains | Charles Neville Buck
  • They were both happy enough to be silent together, but as they turned into the home place Lucinda raised sparkling eyes.

    The Code of the Mountains | Charles Neville Buck
  • At last, when she had put Lucinda to sleep in the wooden cradle which had been her own, he called her to him.

  • Her glance wandered across the hearth to where the cradle stood in the corner with Lucinda in it.

  • Liz, Anna, and Lucinda are also wonderfully-well-developed cats, with capital stomachs.

    Palmetto-Leaves | Harriet Beecher Stowe