noun, plural mad·e·leines [mad-l-inz, mad-l-eynz; French maduh-len]. /ˈmæd l ɪnz, ˌmæd lˈeɪnz; French madəˈlɛn/. French Cooking.
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The Duke team led by Madeline Meier studied nearly every child born in the New Zealand town of Dunedin born in the early 1970s.
Then we got Madeline Kahn and Teri Garr and Cloris and Kenny.
Is it twue vot zey say,” Madeline asks him seductively, “about how you people are built?
Next out was Madeline, a one-and-a-half year old Sphinx in a frilly pink ballerina outfit.Kitty CATure Fashion Show, An Amazing Dog and Cat Fashion Show, Happened In New York This Weekend|Lori-Lee Emshey|September 30, 2013|DAILY BEAST
According to the Telegraph, Madeline moved to New York three years ago after her fiancé had an affair during a ski holiday.
One sharp word from Stewart calmed Madeline's horse; the other horses, however, were frightened and not inclined to stand.
He preferred Madeline to Cowcross Street with all its delights.Orley Farm|Anthony Trollope
Madeline clutched Donnie in her arms, and drew him close to her breast.The Long Patrol|H. A. Cody
Madeline's cry was more than the utterance of a breaking heart.
And Madeline closed the window, grateful and happy, and went after her boy.The Fairy Godmothers and Other Tales|Mrs. Alfred Gatty