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  • proper noun A diminutive of the female given names Christine and Christina.

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Examples

  • Maybe Governor Chrissy is up for a little one fingered welcome too.

    Sound Politics: McGavick Rally in Everett

  • I called Chrissy and spilled on Dave DePugh's shakedown -- she agreed not to tell Leigh about it.

    Hollywood Nocturne

  • Goosebumps rise as snippets of Christine's memory come back she was once a person called Chrissy who was much more fun, and as details Ben mentions about her past start sounding fishy.

    NYT > Global Home

  • Goosebumps rise as snippets of Christine's memory come back she was once a person called Chrissy who was much more fun, and as details Ben mentions about her past start sounding fishy.

    NYT > Home Page

  • Goosebumps rise as snippets of Christine's memory come back she was once a person called Chrissy who was much more fun, and as details Ben mentions about her past start sounding fishy.

    NYT > Global Home

  • Goosebumps rise as snippets of Christine's memory come back she was once a person called Chrissy who was much more fun, and as details Ben mentions about her past start sounding fishy.

    NYT > Home Page

  • I call Chrissy twice a month so we can complain about our lives.

    Ochuk's blog

  • Peterson said he actually rescued the young woman he calls Chrissy from a string of abusive relationships.

    Chicago news, weather, traffic - CBS 2 - WBBM

  • But it’s equally clear that the person who wakes up in Chrissy Seaver’s body is not metaphysically identical to the original Caroline.

    Dollhouse « Gerry Canavan

  • We will call her Chrissy for the rest of the show.

    CNN Transcript Apr 17, 2001

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