American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- Alexandra 1872-1918. Last czarina of Russia (1894-1917). The wife of Nicholas II, she interfered in politics under Rasputin's influence. After the Bolshevik revolution, she and her family were imprisoned and executed.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. In angling, an artificial fly with silver body and peacock harl.
- n. A female given name.
- From Ancient Greek Ἀλεξάνδρα (Aleksandrā). Feminine form of Alexander. (Wiktionary)
“HELLO MY NAME IS Alexandra and i was wondering if you could tell me if the name Alexandra is or can be spelt phonetically. i would really be pleased if you could let me know as it is for my english project.”
“Alexandra is a freelance writer wwoofing her way through Sweden for the summer.”
“Earlier, the inquest heard that documents at the "bomb factory" in Alexandra Grove, Leeds, suggested the four may have planned to strike the BBC Television Centre in west London.”
“Rachel Alexandra is a chocolate lab/beagle mix 4 month old puppy.”
“I lost count of the number of times I called Alexandra sobbing from a doorway somewhere in the middle of the workday, feeling like the saddest, most pathetic wet lamb imaginable.”
“However, I believe that Rachel Alexandra is not as good of a bet as her 8: 5 odds would indicate ...”
“If Rachel Alexandra is to win, she must burst clear at the top of the stretch and put away the competition quickly.”
“Murderati on January 26, 2008 in Alexandra Sokoloff | Permalink”
“When Fernanda's step-father becomes hooked on drugs and her best friend and lover, Alexandra, is institutionalized because of a drug overdose, Fernanda decides to commit herself to the war against drugs.”
“Murderati on January 05, 2008 in Alexandra Sokoloff | Permalink”
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