[ mil-uh-suhnt ]
/ ˈmɪl ə sənt /
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a female given name: from Germanic words meaning “work” and “strong.”
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How to use Millicent in a sentence
The president of the NUWSS was a woman called Millicent Garrett Fawcett.The Lessons of the British Women’s Fight for the Vote|Frances Osborne|June 13, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Of Millicent Chyne he thought more often, with a certain tranquil sense of a good time to come.
He was thinking of Millicent Chyne one misty morning while he walked slowly backwards and forwards before his tent.
It meant that Jack had come home with the full intention of fulfilling his engagement to Millicent Chyne.
He was rich, in good health, and he was engaged to be married to Millicent Chyne, the acknowledged belle of his circle.
For one or two days after the public announcement of her engagement, Millicent was not quite free from care.