Definitions

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  • proper noun A city in California.
  • proper noun A female given name.

Etymologies

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Variant of Laverne.

Examples

  • He did, in fact, grow up in La Verne, and his late father had sold cars for a living.

    O: A Presidential Novel

  • In several press accounts of his life, he was described as the son of a car salesman and a stay-at-home mother, the second of five children raised in a well-kept one-story ranch in La Verne, a middle-class suburb thirty miles east of Los Angeles.

    O: A Presidential Novel

  • In several press accounts of his life, he was described as the son of a car salesman and a stay-at-home mother, the second of five children raised in a well-kept one-story ranch in La Verne, a middle-class suburb thirty miles east of Los Angeles.

    O: A Presidential Novel

  • In several press accounts of his life, he was described as the son of a car salesman and a stay-at-home mother, the second of five children raised in a well-kept one-story ranch in La Verne, a middle-class suburb thirty miles east of Los Angeles.

    O: A Presidential Novel

  • He did, in fact, grow up in La Verne, and his late father had sold cars for a living.

    O: A Presidential Novel

  • He did, in fact, grow up in La Verne, and his late father had sold cars for a living.

    O: A Presidential Novel

  • He did, in fact, grow up in La Verne, and his late father had sold cars for a living.

    O: A Presidential Novel

  • Ever since La Verne was killed in the thresher, my microwave has sat unused, as I only ever knew how to cook for two.

    The Worst Book Ever: 'Microwaving for One'

  • In several press accounts of his life, he was described as the son of a car salesman and a stay-at-home mother, the second of five children raised in a well-kept one-story ranch in La Verne, a middle-class suburb thirty miles east of Los Angeles.

    O: A Presidential Novel

  • In several press accounts of his life, he was described as the son of a car salesman and a stay-at-home mother, the second of five children raised in a well-kept one-story ranch in La Verne, a middle-class suburb thirty miles east of Los Angeles.

    O: A Presidential Novel

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