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Yvette

[ ih-vet, ee-vet ]

noun

  1. a female given name, form of Yvonne.


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Example Sentences

Fortunately, we only hear from Yvette sporadically in her letters to her twin.

Though much of the novel is set in Paris, the twins – Yvonne and Yvette, born in the 1930s, grow up in East Texas.

Shirley (Yvette Nicole Brown) wanted to find an identity outside motherhood.

Then Yvette, who is married to an older intellectual, undoes her skirt and waits for Salim in his bed.

Firstly, that lady is mine own sister, hight Yvette, and she is the daughter of King Pecheur.

Poor Yvette had a difficult time with her camera operations and a less determined person would have given up in despair.

Suddenly Yvette saw a splash of leaves in the top of a tree below us and a big brown monkey swung out on a pendent vine.

Yvette ran to the edge of the grove, her hands filled with wet photographic negatives.

As Yvette turned from the window her eyes were wet with unshed tears, and a lump had risen in my throat.

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