- n. A female given name.
- In modern use a spelling variant of Lynette, though it is also identical with a rare French name, diminutive of Line, from Caroline, Pauline and other female names ending in -line. (Wiktionary)
“God is a Jamaican mummie, called Linette or Beryl or Verna, who lives in a tiny house built herself out of zinc and wood scraps; pieces left over from the hurricane.”
“At that time, Mr. Courtney's wife, Linette, was on the Second Mile board.”
“ Linette and Merilee had fewer classes together and had had a partial falling-out; they no longer talked all the time, but sometimes stood together and chatted at lunch or between classes.”
“ Linette was a life-raft for me, because she understood me, but I had the feeling that she was somewhat understood by many — or at least, she moved more freely than I through the school, less concerned over how well others read her.”
“ Linette never knew that I had a crush on Harry, because I couldn't stand the possible teasing or the fact that he might hear about my feelings from her.”
“ Linette rolled her eyes indulgently about this — she loved her father and mother very much, but had stopped going to church — explaining this only as "because I no longer felt like going" and was skeptical about throwing around money.”
“ Linette had many conversations with the newspaper editor, and she also talked with the Scandinavian-blond music writer during his smoke breaks, and both of them enjoyed talking to her and found her interesting.”
“ Linette and I sat together in Madame Papillon's French class, and generally thereafter.”
“Linette tensed her body against the shiver along her spine.”
“Linette had six more steps until she could get inside her office and shut the door.”
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