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  • proper noun A short form of female given names ending in -lyn, such as Evelyn and Carolyn; also used as a formal middle name.

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Examples

  • Reader Lyn is happy to report that he is not suffering any buyer's regret.

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  • Wendy Lyn is renowned for her half-day Left Bank food and wine tours of Paris, which start at a local food market and end in a wine bar.

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  • The name Lyn Brown triggers memories in the somewhat senile Agent, causing him to remember a man with whom he used to work, a man of steel called Dynamo.

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  • We had lunch at an old colonial house with wild boar and a giraffe called Lyn in the garden.

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  • We had lunch at an old colonial house with wild boar and a giraffe called Lyn in the garden.

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  • We had lunch at an old colonial house with wild boar and a giraffe called Lyn in the garden.

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  • We had lunch at an old colonial house with wild boar and a giraffe called Lyn in the garden.

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  • I can't just call Lyn my friend, because she's more than that.

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  • "Every night I would dream about that goat, opening its mouth without making a sound," recalls Lyn sadly.

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  • Four playable races were shown off, three of which appeared to be humanoid choices with varying skin tones and hair colors, and the fourth, called Lyn, was a diminutive mouse-eared race with an affinity for magic who can, if the trailer is any indication, summon gigantic beasts to attack for them.

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