- n. A female given name; best used in the U.S. in the 1940s.
- A feminine form of Charles coined in the nineteenth century. (Wiktionary)
“During a meeting with a social worker, when Charlene is asked if she has any special skills that might help her secure a janitorial job at a local rehab center, she doesn't hesitate to brag about how her uncle trained her to give the best head in the county.”
“With two of her front teeth blacked out -- and an insatiable hunger for candy corn -- Charlene is the kind of poor white trash who proudly insists that "I may be retarded, but I ain't stupid!”
“She started yelling and screaming the name Charlene, Charlene.”
“Charlene is silly. ok so, lets say that the dems win 55% of the vote this year to the republicans 45%.”
“By cutting out the middleman, Charlene is able to offer reasonable prices and exquisite customer service.”
“The dilemma of loving the enemy is devilishly designed in Charlene Teglia’s evocative XXX supernatural romance.”
“SIMON (voice-over): Her sister recalls Charlene's pain.”
“One was a young mum called Charlene who offered to show me the remains of her home.”
“In addition to suggesting her son should have been happy enough sleeping with her, Astor also told Amaral that she did not like the idea of Charlene inheriting her jewelry, snapping, "She doesn't have the neck to wear my jewelry.”
“Charity called Charlene to let her know that Ali was in the hospital and they wouldn't be able to get together.”
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