Maryann

or Mar·y·anne

[mair-ee-an]
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Contemporary Examples of maryann

  • Temecula, Calif., Mayor Maryann Edwards says homeless people live on the street by choice.

  • Maryann agreed to “step aside” and eventually accept a dicey divorce settlement, allowing for “voluntary” support from Carver.

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    Carver Was the Rage

    Brad Gooch

    December 4, 2009

Historical Examples of maryann

  • Maryann, the nurse, had long tried that in vain, and had almost broken her heart about it.

    Sunk at Sea

    R.M. Ballantyne

  • "Maryann, you go to bed," Gabriel shouted to her from the top of the hedge.

  • Maryann stalked off towards the rick and met Oak at the foot of the ladder.

  • "And there's two bushels of biffins for apple-pies," said Maryann.

  • A few minutes after eleven had struck, Maryann turned in her bed with a sense of being disturbed.