- n. A female given name.
- From the name of an 8th century English saint, Old English Mildþryþ, from mild ("mild"") + þryþ ("strength"). (Wiktionary)
“Mildred is such a no nonsense kind of person, so practical, and yet so kind.”
“There is something different about her in Mildred Pierce (1945), for which she won and maybe even deserved her single Oscar; something understated, felt — a premonition, perhaps, that her nasty real-life daughter would one day assault her with far worse stuff than Ann Blyth ever dished out onscreen.”
“Early in the morning, he called Mildred Dunnock, who was staying ten minutes away at the Chateau Marmont Hotel on Sunset Boulevard, and asked if she would go over to Pacific Palisades and tell the children what was happening.”
“Mr. Brix, who later adopted the stage name Bruce Bennett and appeared as Joan Crawford's husband in "Mildred Pierce" and as a gold prospector in "The Treasure of the Sierra Madre," died of complications of a broken hip Saturday at Santa Monica-UCLA Medical Center, his son, Christopher, said Tuesday.”
“For prime Carson, check him out in Mildred Pierce or the tasty 1943 Ida Lupino vehicle The Hard Way.”
“It was a "memory" play - a murder investigation - Mildred is telling the story about how she was involved with the dead guy.”
“Milly -- whom she called Mildred -- must be on her guard against relaxing into domestic dulness, when she could be so extremely clever and charming if she liked.”
“After I had finished the letter I called Mildred in and read it to her, mouthing the hideous words that I had never before used nor permitted in my presence without a protest.”
“Mildred is a sweet little sister and I am sure you would love her.”
“Mildred is out in the yard playing, and mother is picking the delicious strawberries.”
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