or Su·zann

[ soo-zan ]


  1. a female given name, French form of Susanna or Susannah.

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Example Sentences

Youngkin and his wife, Suzanne, spent about an hour touring the Executive Mansion with Northam and his wife, Pam.

When a neighbor (Suzanne Clement) takes a shine to the family, a strange ménage-a-trois of sorts forms.

And the punch occurs after Suzanne chickens out on singing her solo during the Christmas pageant.

With Suzanne, Vee saw someone who could be a pawn in her chess game.

From December 1, 1944 to January 16, 1945, Perlasca, assisted by Suzanne and others, saved more than 5,200 Jews.

For many years Suzanne Gelleri Dear tried unsuccessfully to find “Jorge”, the man who had saved her life.

Now Suzanne is far away from the Louvre and the old Greek marbles; she is in the kingdom of the birds and the flowers.

Both jewel-laden arms about his neck, Suzanne kissed him, her red lips pouting warmly upon his.

Eric opened her door softly and with no gentle hand shoved Suzanne inside her room.

I've always thought Suzanne extremely modest in her dress, certainly not inclined to load herself with jewelry.

He looked at the red marks on his hand, marks made by a furious Suzanne in that hour before the dawn.