Definitions

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  • proper noun A female given name.

Etymologies

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From French Giselle.

Examples

  • Consider This: Model Gisele Bündchen spells her name with one l, but people may still think of her when they see the name Giselle.

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  • Consider This: Model Gisele Bündchen spells her name with one l, but people may still think of her when they see the name Giselle.

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  • Like many of the classic ballets, the story line of Giselle is creepy as all hell.

    Virtual Collection

  • Like many of the classic ballets, the story line of Giselle is creepy as all hell.

    November 2005

  • Like many of the classic ballets, the story line of Giselle is creepy as all hell.

    Sally Harpe

  • She ought to call Giselle and let her know what was going on.

    Crimson Wind

  • Stacey called Giselle back at nine, when the sun had well and truly risen behind the low clouds and Jake would have to know that a mother of toddler twins was up, dressed, breakfasted and more than ready for some phone action.

    Couple Most Likely To

  • In the most authoritative voice he could muster he asked, "What can you tell me about a woman called Giselle sans Mains?"

    Angel With No Hands

  • And when the jumping gets going - it abounds in Act II of "Giselle" - we're given several jumps in which first we can't see the feet taking off, and then we can't see the full head as it soars out of frame.

    NYT > Home Page

  • The Golden Dress features a princess called Giselle: 'She had everything you could ever imagine, not once, but ten times over.

    Telegraph.co.uk - Telegraph online, Daily Telegraph and Sunday Telegraph

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