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  • proper n. A female given name.


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From the noun felicity, and also the English form of Latin Felicitas, a name borne by early martyrs.


  • Years ago she starred in Felicity, an estrogen-drenched show on the WB, until she cut off her flowing curly hair between seasons, causing millions of horny male viewers to switch to watching Buffy.


  • No dame Felicity is cooing beside with a happy smile and luxuriating in wisps of nicotine.

    Ironic Ducks

  • I thought Flirtin Felicity was a bit forward, but that was cool, I'm progressive (and single for the first time in 5 years) so when she posted on my most recent blog and said - Just dropping by to make a comment on your blog. i think that your blogs are cute ..

    Archive 2005-07-01

  • Why should India be "lost" when none of these villagers ever really knew it, and why not "continuing", why not the perpetuation of joy in Felicity and in all the other nouns of the Central Plain: Couva, Chaguanas, Charley Village?

    Derek Walcott - Nobel Lecture

  • But you can hardly ever coax Peter to be the poet – except when Felicity is Edith – and Dan is so obliging that way.

    The Story Girl

  • "Felicity is going to give me cooking lessons," she confided to me, as we walked in the orchard.

    The Story Girl

  • Story Girl, but Dan says it ought to be kept in the family, even if Felicity is a crank.

    The Story Girl

  • Felicity, is there anything fit to eat in the pantry?

    The Story Girl

  • We were more interested in Felicity and Cecily and Dan, who lived on the homestead and would therefore be our roofmates for a season.

    The Story Girl

  • But I suppose Felicity is so disgusted with me now that she won't give me any more lessons.

    The Story Girl


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