- n. A female given name.
- From French Justine, from Latin Iustina, name of early saints, feminine of Iustinus, derivative of Iustus, from iustus ("just"). The feminine equivalent of Justin. (Wiktionary)
“My dear father, you are mistaken; Justine is innocent.”
“Justine is tried and, convicted on circumstantial evidence, is executed.”
“Justine is asking for thoughts on Virago books, what they have meant to you and the old versus the new Virago covers over on her blog for a piece for The Sunday Telegraph magazine, so hotfoot over there if you want to have your say.”
“Now Justine is the guy who showed me there is in fact intellectually honest conservative thought out there I have enormous respect for his clarity of logic But Justines debating skills did not shine.”
“Pound for pound Justine is the greatest player of her generation," said WTA Tour founder and tennis legend Billie Jean King.”
“Just finished the third book in Justine Larbalestier's Magic or Madness trilogy, called Magic's Child.”
“Of course, in Justine's book you either do magic or go mad.”
“You don't have to go mad or die young, like in Justine's books.”
“Justine is really at home here," said her brother, Thomas.”
“Justine is one of my favorite writer-type-people in the world - and this is how she writes novels.”
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