a female given name.
- Also Thom·a·sine [tom-uh-seen]. /ˈtɒm əˌsin/.
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How to use Thomasina in a sentence
Young Thomasina turns out to have been a natural genius who died before she could finish her equations.
In late August of the next year, Thomasina came slowly across the green from the Lister house toward the campus gate.
The Gregorian music, the summer evening, Richard's voice—Thomasina was never to forget them.
The moments had grown a little difficult and Thomasina took advantage of his coming to make her adieux.
The grotesque name of Thomasina Tucker belittles your exquisite art.Ladies-In-Waiting | Kate Douglas Wiggin
So the thick sheets were torn across with a wrench, which made Thomasina look up from her desk.Tom and Some Other Girls | Mrs. George de Horne Vaizey