- n. A female given name of Welsh origin.
“When they were standing under the dark eaves of the boathouse, looking up at the gleaming tawny sides of the motor-launch, one of the old men pointed at the golden letters that spelt "Gwendolen" at the prow, and said, "Well, Yaverland, I suppose you'll have forgotten who she is these days.”
“Gwendolen Howard, eldest daughter of the first Lord Howard of Glossup, and had by her three sons and a daughter.”
“The lower-waist thing lends itself to that muffin top look," said 27-year-old Gwendolen Pulka, a telecom consultant in Chicago, referring to the term used to describe flesh spilling over a pair of low-rise pants.”
“Two London gentlemen -- Jack Worthing (David Furr) and Algy Moncrieff (Santino Fontana) -- are in hot pursuit of two women, Gwendolen (Sara Topham) and Cecily (Charlotte Parry), who long to marry a man called Earnest.”
“Maud Gwendolen Burleigh, born in Birmingham in 1889 and one of only two of the children I could trace a birth record for, although annoyingly listed as Maud Guendolen Burleigh, was later to become a dancer and singer at the Drury Lane Theatre.”
“Life is always easier to handle when you know what to expect. on 14 Jun 2007 at 8: 17 pm Gwendolen Gross”
“Gwendolen Gross (because I have to: author of THE OTHER MOTHER) (ditto about the publicity stuff) on 17 Jun 2007 at 7: 29 am Bethany”
“Neither has Anna Clay Beecher's Gwendolen, the "sequel" to Daniel Deronda, which I'd also like to read.”
“The title character discovers that her mother is not, in fact, her mother at all, but her aunt, who chooses to raise Gwendolen as her own; after this discovery, Gwendolen chooses to continue calling Mrs. Davilow "mother.”
“Specifically, Gwendolen rejects DD's insistence that identity must be shaped by biological and cultural inheritance; in fact, Gwendolen arguably endorses the Alcharisi's original belief that Jewish identity could be freely willed in and out of existence.”
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