Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The Venetian silver lira: so called on the accession of Nicolo Marcello(1473).
- n. A female given name.
- Feminine of Latin Marcellus, diminutive of Marcus. (Wiktionary)
“Marcella is there now and I guess will remain there till she goes through.”
“Last night I made pasta for dinner, completely from scratch, using the directions in Marcella Cucina.”
“On the other hand, if you like cheese, as I do, then just make sure Marcella is not looking and sneak some, freshly grated real Parmesan if you please, and don’t tell her I told you that you could do that.”
“Well then, let's try to be quite unemotional about this stranger called Marcella that we're both keen about.”
“Marcella," he sobbed, kissing her hands, kneeling beside her desperate in his self-abasement.”
“Marcella --" he began but she seized his hands again.”
“Her latest novel is "Marcella", which is published in two volumes in this country, and in England three.”
“Marcella," he cried in distress, trying to lift her, to rise himself, "you can't imagine that I should let _you_ kneel to _me_!”
“Marcella," he said, sitting down beside her, "did you read my letter that I wrote you the day before --?”
“We named her "Marcella" after a Raggedy Ann character.”
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