[ tom-uh-see-nuh ]

  1. a female given name.

  • Also Thom·a·sine [tom-uh-seen]. /ˈtɒm əˌsin/.

Words Nearby Thomasina Unabridged Based on the Random House Unabridged Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2023

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.

    The Past Is Present in Arcadia | Janice Kaplan | March 16, 2011 | THE DAILY BEAST
  • In late August of the next year, Thomasina came slowly across the green from the Lister house toward the campus gate.

    Basil Everman | Elsie Singmaster
  • The Gregorian music, the summer evening, Richard's voice—Thomasina was never to forget them.

    Basil Everman | Elsie Singmaster
  • The moments had grown a little difficult and Thomasina took advantage of his coming to make her adieux.

    Basil Everman | Elsie Singmaster
  • 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