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  • proper noun A diminutive of the female given name Harriet.

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Examples

  • Or, in lighter vein, Billy: By the way, Saxon, talkin 'of accounts, what d'you think Hazel an' Hattie is worth?

    CHAPTER XXI

  • It's the first time I've experienced this behavior in a “boss,” a word Hattie hates.

    Garden Goddess for Hire

  • Hattie is an admirable leading lady with a great head on her shoulders, unflagging determination, and a big pocketful of hope.

    slayground: Hattie Big Sky by Kirby Larson

  • Or, in lighter vein, Billy: By the way, Saxon, talkin 'of accounts, what d'you think Hazel an' Hattie is worth?

    Chapter 21

  • (Leab, 112) In fact, the studios promoted these images, and after McDaniel won the Oscar she became known as Hattie

    National Coalition for History

  • She answers to the name of Hattie and may be traveling with a dangerous nigger answering to Quincy, Litton read aloud.

    The Highest Price for Passion

  • She answers to the name of Hattie and may be traveling with a dangerous nigger answering to Quincy, Litton read aloud.

    The Highest Price for Passion

  • She answers to the name of Hattie and may be traveling with a dangerous nigger answering to Quincy, Litton read aloud.

    The Highest Price for Passion

  • She answers to the name of Hattie and may be traveling with a dangerous nigger answering to Quincy, Litton read aloud.

    The Highest Price for Passion

  • The dye wove its fingers up my nostrils and down the back of my throat, but I refused to choke as Matthew tangled his hands in Hattie’s hair, pulling it from its braids so that it spilled around me where I sat behind them.

    Bone Hinge

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