Examples from the Web for sabrina
This was the first of the series of her fears that Sabrina had to confront.
And from that moment on, Sabrina knew things were going to be reasonably all right.
Sabrina quickly realized that none of her extended family members were planning to write back to her.
Eventually, she heard from one of them that the official family line was, “our support for Sabrina ends here.”
Lo and behold, Sabrina returned a refined, charming lady, and Day promptly revealed his grand plan to wed her.
The Spanish and French admirals were on board the Sabrina frigate.
But do what she would, St. Udo could not divest himself of the conviction that she and the fair Sabrina figure were identical.Faithful Margaret|Annie Ashmore
Sabrina dropped her trowel on a heap of weeds, and cast her gardening gloves on the top.Country Neighbors|Alice Brown
Dilsey took Jack, and presently Miss Sabrina and her guest were floating northward.
When she came up she found Miss Sabrina half laughing, half crying; she had given the stranger both her hands.
Word Origin and History for sabrina
fem. proper name, personified as a nymph by Milton in "Comus" (1634), from a Welsh tale of a maiden drowned in the river Severn by her stepmother, a legend found in Geoffrey of Monmouth and Giraldus Cambrensis. The name appears to be the Romanized form of the name of the River Severn (Welsh Hafren, Habren), which is Celtic and of unknown origin; it perhaps means "boundary." Sabrina neckline is from the 1954 film "Sabrina" starring Audrey Hepburn.