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Sasha

[ sah-shuh ]

noun

  1. a female given name, form of Sandra or Alexandra.
  2. a male give name, form of Alexander.


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Example Sentences

Jenna and Barbara Bush and Sasha and Malia Obama all had their unfortunate and youthful moments of unwanted national attention.

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Sasha talked about how he hopes his story can help others going through a similar situation, and Jim shared his important role as the parent, and how now was the perfect time for Sasha to tell his story.

GOP staffer Elizabeth Lauten set off a firestorm after criticizing Sasha and Malia Obama.

Sadly, some set their standards for Sasha and Malia higher than others.

And Sasha Petraske says shoe-horning young people out of their homes today is no small task, especially for bars.

Beyoncé embodied a sassy and independent Sasha Fierce and the sexually confident Yoncé.

“One swipe with a crowbar and he would have been down,” Sasha said.

Lately I have felt drawn to Sasha, Leo, and their children, and have now decided to spend the summer with you at their house.

I fled post-haste, and shall go straight to Sasha without stopping at Milan.

Sometimes I think of Sasha and Modi, and my heart is fit to break.

I will write to Sasha and to the rest of my brothers myself.

Sasha had been but six years old at the time of the catastrophe, and had then enjoyed the rank and pay of a captain.

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