[ mon-i-kuh ]


  1. a female given name.

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Example Sentences

By the time Monica returned to the world five years later her mother had died.

From Time

Monica, displaying some newfound powers of her own, is on a similar journey.

From Vox

It would be very weird if Monica grew up and decided to turn all evil.

From Time

It’s likely that Monica is an agent of SWORD or some other do-gooder trying to help Wanda.

From Time

R&B legends Charlie Wilson and Smokey Robinson, alongside power houses Monica, Brandy and Yolanda Adams were joined by members of the new guard including Moses Sumney, Snoh Alegra, Ella Mai and Lucky Daye.

No, that would be the flashback revelation that Ross and Monica accidentally kissed once at a party.

The overall Gehry design, he adds, is “reminiscent of a parking garage he did in Santa Monica.”

In one script, Monica is waiting in a dressing room to appear on a morning television show.

It shows how people suck up to their sources, while at the same time Monica was getting killed in the press.

And Monica Lewinsky, now 41, is once again the object of prurient curiosity.

Truthfully, Monica darling, it's a very ugly nature indeed, and I'm afraid it's getting uglier every day.

The languor of the evening was heavy upon all the family; Monica was the only one who had the energy to go to her instrument.

"Let us ask Saint Monica if Cimburga is guilty," suggested the countess the following day.

He illustrates his position with a story, given with great simplicity, of his mother Saint Monica with her maid.

Saint Monica certainly would have been a confirmed drunkard, had not her maid timelily and outrageously abused her.