- n. A female given name.
- Medieval contraction of Thomasina, a feminine form of Thomas, revived in the U.K. in the twentieth century. (Wiktionary)
“HOw can someone called Tamsin accuse others of being posh?”
“Dizzy Thinks: How can someone called Tamsin accuse others of being posh?”
“How can someone called Tamsin accuse others of being posh?”
“Harriet Harman MP: Not at all, I think what Tamsin is doing is saying that she's the one running for election in Crewe and Nantwich, not Gordon Brown, erm, but, you know I've got absolute and complete confidence in Gordon Brown, who has steared the economy through very difficult circumstances for the last ten years, and is exactly the kind of person we need taking the country forward when there is difficulty with the cost of living and food prices going up and, and the credit crunch that's been coming in from America.”
“Tamsin," I said, for I began to see her meaning, "do you know what is become of Naomi Penryn?”
“Fall out, and for those of you who haven't slept, I'm calling Tamsin in to make you sleep. ”
“Couldst sign the book, no doubt," said Fairway, "if wast young enough to join hands with a woman again, like Wildeve and Mis'ess Tamsin, which is more than Humph there could do, for he follows his father in learning.”
“Tamsin," she goes, showing my card to the bloke as if she was handling dog-shit, "Tamsin Pendant a. k.a Blows a. k.a Delaney.”
“Tamsin," I went on, "I thank you for your goodness to me; I am glad I had a friend willing to travel so far to help me.”
“Tamsin," I replied, "something tells me she is not dead.”
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