[ suh-man-thuh ]


  1. a female given name: from an Aramaic word meaning “listener.”

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After receiving a vaguely worded notice from Alterra informing her of her sister’s death, supposedly due to Samantha’s “negligence,” Robin takes it upon herself to investigate.

You could also check out dining critic Tom Sietsema’s top places to eat and Dave McIntyre’s suggested rosés and order yourself something nice, because if you’re Samantha, you already know you deserve it.

We salute Samantha’s dedication to herself, and if this Valentine’s Day is all about you, we salute that, too.

Samantha’s most important line of the show was “I love you, but I love me more.”

Kim Cattrall, who played the iconic role of Samantha, confirmed in 2019 that she would never reprise her role in the television series or any movies linked to the franchise.

The latest novel from Samantha Harvey is truly superb, but left its reviewer at a loss for how to describe it.

Muslim Samantha Elauf was qualified to work at A & F—except that she wore a hijab.

Normally I might look to Samantha Power or Madeleine Albright or Hillary Clinton for foreign policy wisdom.

The piece was authored by none other than Samantha Power, who now serves as the U.S. ambassador to the United Nations.

Chi, like Samantha (Scarlett Johannson), ends up becoming a transcendent being that threatens her relationship with a human.

Your mother named you Samantha, girl, but bein' as there wasn't no boy, I always called you Sammy.

She had been elected to the very responsible part of Samantha because her memory was good, rather than because she looked it.

I sent for it from camp, for one of the girls to use in the Samantha tableaux, and the girl still has it, I suppose.

Samantha, one of Mr. Tenney's sisters, found me an hour afterwards sitting beside a chicken-coop, crying into my apron.

Samantha consoled me as well as she could with colored beads to string, and a barrel of kittens out in the barn.