Suzanne

or Su·zann

[soo-zan]
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noun

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

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  • Suzanne stared at her mother quite astonished at the violent emotion into which she had cast her.

    The "Genius"

    Theodore Dreiser

  • When they were going in to dinner, he met Suzanne in the hall.

    The "Genius"

    Theodore Dreiser

  • Mrs. Dale stared at Eugene defiantly when he came, but Suzanne welcomed him to her embrace.

    The "Genius"

    Theodore Dreiser

  • An hour later he would no more have thought of kissing Suzanne than he would have tendered an embrace to the Empress of China.

    Bayou Folk

    Kate Chopin

  • Now Suzanne looked at the blackening lips and the little form convulsed in its death struggle, and could bear the sight no more.

    Swallow

    H. Rider Haggard