Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun A pearl.

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  • proper noun A female given name, from a medieval vernacular form of Margaret.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • I rarely teach Julian, though I do sometimes throw in Margery Kempe, just for fun.

    How much medieval is too much?

  • Margery is an incredible mystery enthusiast who now brings such class and order to our professional organization.

    Shameless LCC Photos Pt 1

  • Margery is an incredible mystery enthusiast who now brings such class and order to our professional organization.

    February 2007

  • As to the jewels that had been disturbed in Margery's boudoir, I could only surmise the impulse that, after prompting him to take them, had failed at the sight of his dead wife's jewels.

    The Window at the White Cat

  • I laid the packet in Margery's lap, and without ceremony opened the letter.

    The Window at the White Cat

  • She gave a glance, a most ungratified one, at the very original document in Margery's hand.

    The Wide, Wide World

  • This gave Ellen spirits to carry out a plan she had long had, to delight the whole family with some eggs scrambled in Margery's fashion; after the milk was strained and put away she went about it, while Nancy set the table.

    The Wide, Wide World

  • What I was going to advise you, Margery, is never to get into the habit of adopting sentiments till you are quite sure you really mean them.

    Six to Sixteen: A Story for Girls

  • She called Margery, and together they lifted her mother and laid her on her bed.

    A Canadian Heroine, Volume 1 A Novel

  • Just look at pussy, will you, Alice? don't you believe he knows what Margery is doing?

    The Wide, Wide World

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