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  • proper noun A female given name occasionally borrowed from French.


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  • I recalled Coralie and her bread, and regarded Struboff not in the aspect of his own misery (which I had decided to be irrelevant), but in the light of Coralie's feelings.

    The King's Mirror

  • "Coralie," I said, "forget all this nonsense and be your own bright self again."

    Coralie Everyday Life Library No. 2

  • "Coralie," I asked, "Lady Thesiger tells me she has been here a good deal, yet you do not seem to be on very intimate terms with her?"

    Coralie Everyday Life Library No. 2

  • "Coralie," said he to me, as he was scraping the mud off his trousers with his pocket-knife, "if I fall, you will do well.

    The Poacher Joseph Rushbrook

  • Ève Duranceau stars in the former as Coralie, a girl stuck in crummy circumstances with her ex-criminal stepfather after the disappearance of her mother.

    A World of Film, A City of Screens

  • Indeed, it was like the running of the bulls at Pamplona, though the jewelry designer Coralie Charriol, in a—gasp—blue dress made it up their first.

    A Certain Hue in Overdrive

  • Nicolas Bruant for The Wall Street Journal Grapes on the vine at Coul é e de Serrant "I loved learning about banking," he says, over lunch at the medieval cloister on the property, where he lives with his wife, Coralie.

    Mr. Joly's Particularly Pure Terroir

  • Getty Images Sting, suffering from a cold, sang 'Desert Rose' as a finale at the 'Tickled Pink' party, with Coralie Charriol, in blue, and others joining him on stage.

    A Certain Hue in Overdrive

  • The real point of this exercise, however, was to get parents—like Ms. Ettelson, the gallerist Amalia Dayan and the philanthropist Coralie Charriol Paul —to pay attention and maybe even buy some Lanvin clothing for their own petites.

    Art of Home Building, Gingerbread Style

  • Each paperback features fanciful fronts by British cover designer Coralie Bickford-Smith.

    News You Can Eat


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