Definition for victorine (2 of 2)
Origin of Victorine
Examples from the Web for victorine
She had never been so happy in her life as when she threw herself in Victorine's arms, and shed tears of joy upon her bosom.
And to think that we intended at one time to make Victorine a teacher, and Victor an overseer of works!Bouvard and Pcuchet, part 2|Gustave Flaubert
"It would be very hard if my fortune is to cost some one else his life," said Victorine.
Victorine was dropped on the way at the gate of her cottage.Kincaid's Battery|George W. Cable
Victorine's eyes filled with tears at the words, and the widow checked herself at a sign from Mme. Couture.