Examples from the Web for marianne
David Bowie, Ronnie Wood, and Marianne Faithfull were regulars at the Rainbow Room, a restaurant on the fifth floor.
Marianne Stewart of Cedar Falls needed repeated prodding to recall that she had caucused for Santorum.
California congressional candidate and New Age guru Marianne Williamson is funding her campaign with some very unusual donors.The Political Candidate Backed By A “Son Of God” And An End Of Life Doula|David Freedlander|May 28, 2014|DAILY BEAST
During their weekly massage sessions, Marianne constantly rips into her ex-husband—whom Eva discovers is none other than Albert.Julia Louis-Dreyfus On ‘Enough Said,’ James Gandolfini’s Last Leading Role|Marlow Stern|September 9, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Another highlight: a monumental installation by Marianne Vitale, which towers at the center of the fair.
On the morning, when the courier brought the truth to Memel, Marianne was writing a letter to her friend Brentano.Two Royal Foes|Eva Madden
On recognizing Marianne, however, a smile overspread his features, and he went to meet her with a pleasant greeting.Louisa Of Prussia and Her Times|Louise Muhlbach
But Marianne Bonaparte did not seem to share this satisfaction.The Empress Josephine|Louise Muhlbach
In Begmand's cottage Marianne lay raving in delirium, and the neighbour who attended her said she had the fever.Garman and Worse|Alexander Lange Kielland
The cook's name is Marianne; that of the gardener-coachman, Joseph.A Chambermaid's Diary|Octave Mirbeau
British Dictionary definitions for marianne
Word Origin and History for marianne
fem. proper name, from French, a variant of Marian; sometimes anglicized as Mary Anne. Name of a republican secret society formed in France in 1851, hence "personification of the French Republic."