- Latin "woody, rural" from silva "wood"; name of a saint whose feast day falls on 31st December. (Wiktionary)
“Only sometimes, when she chanced to catch sight of Lord Ruthven, she would say to herself, "Sylvester, _Sylvester!”
“Nan, especially, was almost convulsed with laughter at the account Patty gave of the moonlight scene, and her tragic repetition in a stage whisper of "Sylvester, _Sylvester!”
“I'm sure if you'd been listening, you could have heard me say, 'Sylvester -- _Sylvester! _”
“The label boss, Syd Nathan, didn't like the name Sylvester Thompson, so he changed it to Syl Johnson.”
“She was even a little vexed at what she called Sylvester's "hard-heartedness.”
“Meanwhile Rachel Sylvester is her usual incisive self in the Times on Tuesday.”
“Sue Sylvester is probably the greatest Antagonist in prime time right now.”
“Sue Sylvester is the evil cheer-leading coach, and Mr. Schue is an idealistic young teacher with dreams of bringing the glee club to sectionals and inspiring the teens along the way.”
“Sue Sylvester is one of the greatest things to happen to TV.”
“Her writing has been deeply influenced by place, and she mined her experiences of growing up in Sylvester as she wrote The Secret Life of Bees, her first novel.”
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