- n. A female given name.
- Popularized by the character in J.M. Barrie's play, Peter Pan (1904) (though occasionally found earlier); the author explained that he got it from Fwendy-Wendy ("friend"), a nickname given to him by a child. (Wiktionary)
“Hot drinks really gets you going sings a Bobby Brown look-alike in Wendy's three minute tour de force investigation into the rigorous art how to pour coffee into a cup.”
“But Wendy is shitty, and that why a lot of people love her.”
“Yes, Wendy is finding her own niche and although he wants to be proud of her, I think MM is having a little trouble letting go.”
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“My editor, Wendy, is twenty years my junior, but the most self - assured person that I know.”
“But his sweetheart Wendy is depicted in a series of adult situations in a hugely controversial new adaptation of JM Barrie's classic tale.”
“Whole sections of Scottish society have waited for this chance for over 300 years and Wendy is not going to have to try harder than that to throw a spanner in the works.”
“I know its a hard time for unionists but no teenage outburst from Wendy is going to change the SNP's manifesto.”
“Literary Feline: Wendy is one of the most friendly bloggers out there, and plus she's a wonderful writer.”
“I called Wendy back and we went into triage mode to save the Rolling Stone cover.”
“She wondered if he was referring to Wendy Simms, the DNA tech.”
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