Definition for sophies (2 of 2)
noun, plural So·phies. (sometimes lowercase)
Origin of Sophy
Examples from the Web for sophies
Sophies throat strained with passionate protest, but no words came to her release.Hungry Hearts|Anzia Yezierska
Mlle. Laguerre was only one among many of Sophies colleagues to suffer from the sharpness of that ladys tongue.
Sophies health, at this time, would appear to have been far from satisfactory.
Sophies education began almost as soon as she was out of her cradle.
All the artistes resumed their old parts, and Sophies rendering of the heroine was again loudly applauded.
British Dictionary definitions for sophies
noun plural -phies
Word Origin for Sophy
Word Origin and History for sophies
French form of Sophia (q.v.).