Definitions

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  • proper noun A female given name of French origin.

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Examples

  • Nicolette is a theatrical know-it-all, muse, and barstool philosopher with a feminist bent.

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  • Nicolette is a junior who sees sex as all about the power.

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  • Nicolette is a junior who sees sex as all about the power.

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  • We have that there was romance in the air 'several kiddies going up to theatres this morning, actu It was a deliberately provocative remark and ally, but I'm afraid that I simply couldn't get a word Nicolette could tell immediately from the sudden rigid - in edgeways. "

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  • All the female servants in his house were called Nicolette (even the Magnon, of whom we shall hear more farther on).

    Les Miserables

  • "Just bring the notes trolley out, will you, please?" called Nicolette authoratively.

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  • All the female servants in his house were called Nicolette (even the Magnon, of whom we shall hear more farther on).

    Les Miserables, Volume III, Marius

  • All the female servants in his house were called Nicolette (even the Magnon, of whom we shall hear more farther on).

    Les Misérables

  • Every one in the audience was -- and, for that matter, still would be -- familiar with the great forests, the home of half the fairy and nursery tales of Europe, still wild enough and extensive enough to hide in, although they have now comparatively few lions, and not many wolves or wild boars or serpents such as Nicolette feared.

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  • "Nicolette" Mary Janes feature their "toddler tech" sole and come in a variety of colors.

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