- n. A female given name.
- From Italian Arianna, from Ancient Greek Ἀριάδνη. (Wiktionary)
“* Stewart-Colbert The women concurred that the Comedy Central rally would be a positive thing that, in Arianna's view, would promote dialogue rather than demonization ... or "just what Both Sides Now does.”
“Arianna is now attending Knox College in Illinois, and is currently undecided in terms of a major, but has an interest in Creative Writing, Linguistics, and Anthropology.”
“That is a central theme in Arianna's message which she is carrying to the nation and around the world: it's time to move from complaining about things to becoming personally involved in creating some part of a solution.”
“I heard something in Arianna's messages over the weekend that resonated with themes I have been exploring here over the past many months: is it not time to look at your own self in the mirror and ask what can you do to work around the predicaments in which you might find yourself?”
“Arianna is absolutely correct about Clinton and McCain patrick reyes”
“Arianna is completely incapable of objectivity, and its quite disgusting, frankly.”
“Arianna is just jealous because she wants to be president!”
“Scanning the blogs, Arianna is the clear leader at this point, managing to slip Toni Morrison, Bill Clinton, Al Gore, Uma Thurman, Barack Obama and Wonkette into a single post.”
“Can we not label Arianna anymore, who we used to label?”
CNN Transcript - Larry King Live Weekend: Arianna Huffington Discusses 'How to Overthrow the Government'; Lucinda Franks Talks About 'The Sex Lives of Your Children'; Richard Stolley Shows 'Our Century in Pictures' - February 5, 2000
“As the talk opened, Dylan and Deepak respectfully and laughingly referred to Arianna as a 'goddess,' a Greek Goddess to be specific.”
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