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  1. a female given name, Scottish form of Margaret.

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Example Sentences

Maisie was nobody’s fool and Patrick learned to hide his passwords.

Like most 17-year-olds, Maisie grabs her phone as soon as she wakes up.

His name is Freddie Hackett, and it’s this traumatized 12-year-old’s predicament that spurs Maisie to ferret out the identity of the victim and the killer.

Could she have been symbolically protecting Maisie from the “crowns” that the Tuttles placed on their victims?

Septa Mordane (Susan Brown) is a teacher to Sansa and Arya Stark (Maisie Williams).

At Oxford, Beard begins the “relentless, highly organized” pursuit of an English student called Maisie, who loves Milton.

I hadn't hung around while the boss was telling Mrs. Sheila and Maisie Ann good-by.

I had to blink hard two or three times before I could really make up my mind that the tip-toer was Maisie Ann.

When I had jiggled the bell out at the house it was Maisie Ann who let me in and took the box of flowers and the boss's note.

While I was still sweating under the big load Maisie Ann had dumped upon me, the night despatcher's boy came in with a message.

If he had, he made no sign, and a moment later I had punched the bell-push and Maisie Ann was opening the door for us.





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