- a female given name, form of Alexandra.
Examples from the Web for sandra
Contemporary Examples of sandra
Sandra Bullock won for ‘The Blind Side’ and Al Pacino lost for both Godfather movies.Exclusive: Aaron Sorkin Thinks Male Film Roles Have Bigger ‘Degree of Difficulty’ Than Female Ones
December 15, 2014
He meets his current companion, Sandra Lee, at a party in the Hamptons.Andrew Cuomo Ignores Rural New York
November 8, 2014
That scene where Sandra Bullock gives Matthew the shot in his butt?Octavia Spencer on Hollywood and Race: The Film Roles I’m Offered Are Too Small
July 31, 2014
Not for Rodriguez the decorous, red-carpet likes of Gwynnie, Sandra Bullock, or Tom Cruise, but “hot criminal” Jeremy Meeks.Meet the PR Guru for the ‘Hot Convict,’ the Octomom, and Every Other D-List Trainwreck
July 17, 2014
“Kit has an innate confidence and projects a playfully rebellious nature,” the brand's creative director, Sandra Choi, said.Beyonce Named Most Powerful Celebrity; Kanye West is Back at A.P.C.
The Fashion Beast Team
July 1, 2014
Historical Examples of sandra
"I didn't think of such a thing, either—any more than you did," Sandra said.
Sandra's voice quivered, her face was a study in contacting emotions.
Sandra tried to think of one bit of evidence, but could not.
Sandra had dropped in one evening to see Hilton about a bit of business.
Finally he took the thing up with Sandra, who merely laughed at him.
Word Origin and History for sandra
fem. proper name, originally short for Alexandra. Little used before c.1920; a top-20 name for girls born in the U.S. 1938-1967.