Marilyn

or Mar·i·lynne

[mar-uh-lin]
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Contemporary Examples of marilyn

Historical Examples of marilyn

  • To me, she looks as good as Marilyn Monroe looks to the average man.

    Compatible

    Richard R. Smith

  • Just now she is touring the West with friends, but, to get back to Marilyn Pensinger.

    Bobs, a Girl Detective

    Grace May North

  • I can only—let's see, Charles, there is Marilyn and Charles.

    Warren Commission (11 of 26): Hearings Vol. XI (of 15)

    The President's Commission on the Assassination of President Kennedy

  • She announced his presence to Marilyn as she was filling the salt cellars for breakfast.

    The City of Fire

    Grace Livingston Hill

  • Marilyn let her hands fall with a soft crash on the keys and looked up.

    The City of Fire

    Grace Livingston Hill


Word Origin and History for marilyn

Marilyn

fem. proper name, a diminutive of Mary.

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