noun, plural So·phies. (sometimes lowercase)
Origin of Sophy
Examples from the Web for sophies
Historical Examples of sophies
Sophies education began almost as soon as she was out of her cradle.
Sophies life at this period affords us very little that is edifying to contemplate, and much that is the reverse.
Mlle. Laguerre was only one among many of Sophies colleagues to suffer from the sharpness of that ladys tongue.
The Ministers, indeed, seem to have been very favourite objects of Sophies sarcasm.
All the artistes resumed their old parts, and Sophies rendering of the heroine was again loudly applauded.
noun plural -phies
Word Origin for Sophy
French form of Sophia (q.v.).