- n. A female given name.
- Anglicized form of Welsh Eluned, first used by Tennyson in the Idylls of the King(1859-85). By folk etymology it is often seen as a diminutive of Lynn. (Wiktionary)
“Needless to say, harried mom Lynette is not sympathetic, but surprisingly, Renee is.”
“In addition, Lynette is getting really sick of answering calls for some other family whose phone number now randomly rings her house.”
“Lynette@MyMessyParadise - My Messy Paradise (Lynette is featuring me this week.”
“He remembered the name of Lynette’s hotel and found it within an hour of entering the city.”
“Renee calls Lynette a doormat for letting Tom's new girlfriend, Jane, "steal" Penny away by getting her backstage passes to Wicked, teaching her how to braid her hair and giving her a cute nickname.”
“Meanwhile, I have to admit I was secretly tickled pink when Mrs. McCluskey called Lynette out on being a friend-in-need.”
“She's perhaps best known as Lynette (ph) on ABC's "Desperate Housewives.”
“As he spoke, a beautiful lady called Lynette came into the hall, in great haste.”
“He had never called her Lynette since her recovery, or touched the pretty hand he coveted unless in formal greeting.”
“An MP has called the Lynette White police corruption trial a "costly farce" that has "cast a dark shadow upon the justice system".”
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