- a female given name.
- (or Virtue Rewarded) an epistolary novel (1740) by Samuel Richardson.
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Contemporary Examples of pamela
Not so Pamela Anderson, who used her nomination to condemn the ALS Association.Pamela Anderson Freezes Out Ice Bucket Challenge
August 21, 2014
Colin Farrell and Johnny Knoxville and Tommy Lee and Pamela Anderson, and then Paris Hilton came out with one.'Saved by the Bell' Star Dustin Diamond Doesn't Want to Be a Jerk Anymore
August 11, 2014
He did it in “Pamela 1” (i.e., the one in which he explored rape culture and the “nice guy” mentality).
Pamela is the one who ultimately initiates sex; Louie follows her lead.
Louie is the one who says "I love you"; Pamela is the one who resists.
Historical Examples of pamela
I had given in the Story of Pamela what is called a happy Issue.Clarissa: Preface, Hints of Prefaces, and Postscript
What do you say to Ned's taking a ride up to Miss Pamela's to-morrow?
His sister Pamela was teaching a class in Hannibal at this time.
He told Pamela the dream, then put it out of his mind as quickly as he could.
Pamela—From what Jack says I guess they play with the kitty most of the time.The New Pun Book
Thomas A. Brown and Thomas Joseph Carey