or Mar·jo·rie

[ mahr-juh-ree ]

  1. a female given name, form of Margaret.

Words Nearby Marjory Unabridged Based on the Random House Unabridged Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2023

How to use Marjory in a sentence

  • Marjory darted off impulsively to ask leave, to return presently with a slow step and downcast face. '

    The Talking Horse | F. Anstey
  • But the time passed at last, until it was the evening of the day on which Marjory had been left to her last sleep.

    The Talking Horse | F. Anstey
  • I lay there and shivered for some time, with a stony, stunned sensation, and then I slept—as if Marjory were well.

    The Talking Horse | F. Anstey
  • My first feeling was a wild conviction that it had all been some strange mistake—that Marjory was not dead.

    The Talking Horse | F. Anstey
  • "Why, Marjory is reading to an old invalid this afternoon and Paul went fishing with some boys," explained Mrs. Latimer.