[ mer-uhl ]


  1. a female given name, form of Merle.

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Example Sentences

Meryl Streep makes an eighth of what Justin Bieber does a year.

And if the trailer is any indication, Meryl Streep plays a chillingly accurate Chief Elder.

Rohrabacher wanted Meryl Streep, Jessica Lange, or Jane Fonda to star.

David [O. Russell] was hugging me, Meryl Streep was giving me a pat on the arm, and Robert De Niro was about to hand me something.

As of last week, Chmerkovskiy is returning to the show to be dance partners with the Olympic dancer Meryl Davis.

Meryl accompanied him part of the distance on his way to Gloucester to confer with the men of that neighborhood.

Just then Meryl recognized Matilda, standing among the others, pale as death, but with a great light flaming in her eyes.

Then Meryl approached her and drew her aside, and, as she recognized him, she fell sobbing into his arms.

In the meantime, the first ambulance, containing Meryl and Diana, arrived at the ruins.

At the same moment Meryl turned also and came towards his hiding-place.