Examples from the Web for lucretia
Miss Lucretia was always delighted to see her sister, and made the most of her rather infrequent visits.The Quiver 3/1900|Anonymous
Lucretia says he returned within a quarter of an hour and tried my door.Secret Memoirs: The Story of Louise, Crown Princess|Henry W. Fischer
Lucretia remained for some time in meditation; then she wrote a few lines, which she despatched at once to Mr. Rigby.Coningsby|Benjamin Disraeli
Could Lucretia ever forgive the injury, and could she fail to detect the hand that inflicted it?
Grasping the arms of her chair with both hands, her eyes fixed eagerly on his face, Lucretia Dalibard awaited the welcome visitor.
British Dictionary definitions for lucretia
Word Origin and History for lucretia
fem. proper name, from Latin Lucretia (cf. French Lucrèce), fem. of Lucretius, Roman masc. proper name, originally the name of a Roman gens.