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  • proper noun A female given name, a less common spelling of Matilda.

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Examples

  • Technically "innocent" of the "looks and language of unlawful and monstrous passion," Mathilda is well-versed in their literary manifestations via her familiarity with Alfieri's

    Attached to Reading: Mary Shelley's Psychical Reality

  • "unreadability" of her narrative, as it is manifested in Mathilda's alienation from the poetry she cites and the literary world it embodies as personified in

    Attached to Reading: Mary Shelley's Psychical Reality

  • Natalie Portman’s Mathilda is a surface tough cookie who has had the entire foundation of her life ripped away, and no amount of guile in the world will make up for the very simple need for her to have a safe, loving home.

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  • The popes, in temporizing, gained more than the emperors in exerting their authority; and in time these Cæsars became so weak that the popes finally obtained the succession of Mathilda, which is now called the patrimony of St. Peter.

    A Philosophical Dictionary

  • [41] This sentence, not in _F of F-- A_, recalls Mathilda's dream.

    Mathilda

  • As a result, 'Mathilda' was made, and photographed constantly for months---every day a horde of people with camera phones, a celebrity in her own right.

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  • Her 'Mathilda' is a snivelling, insufferable affair.

    A Love Episode

  • 'Mathilda' is his most popular kaiso of all time, released in

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