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Madge

[ maj ]

noun

  1. a female given name, form of Margaret.


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It is a bedtime story for adults, filled with first names only—Jack and Polly, Jane and Jean, Asa and Madge, Luke and Annie.

Madge dropped her trainer, Tracy Anderson, amid claims of money woes and a dubious résumé.

The latter two started off and Madge and Virginia started to walk along the creek in the opposite direction.

And still no ghosts, Madge sighed, leaning her head cozily against Janets shoulder.

The heart of your friend bodes to-day, bodes, bodes; but is not afraid: a tough heart, Madge.

Would my dear Aunt Madge go and take all father's money away?

Madge cringed as a vivid flash of lightning zigzagged across the sky to illuminate an ugly mass of dark clouds.

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