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  • proper noun A diminutive of the female given name Stephanie.

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Examples

  • Interestingly the names, Susannah and Donald Moody (one of the real Susanna's children was called Donald) appear in Stef Penney's book.

    The Tenderness of Wolves

  • Interestingly the names, Susannah and Donald Moody (one of the real Susanna's children was called Donald) appear in Stef Penney's book.

    The Tenderness of Wolves

  • Interestingly the names, Susannah and Donald Moody (one of the real Susanna's children was called Donald) appear in Stef Penney's book.

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  • Stephen Curry aka Masala aka Stef-fun can do during the 2010 NBA All-Star Weekend in the Rookie-Soph game!

    Golden State Of Mind

  • Still off on the razz I went with a Swiss German called Stef, we ended up in the Roxy nightspot watching a superb house band with a very cute lead singer, their cover of Smashing Pumpkins '1979' was especially awesome, so despite our numerical inferiority a cracking night was had all round and I had also discovered a new partner in crime into the bargain!

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  • So don't call her Stef if you meet her, or she'll give you a talking to in brand her new psuedo-Euro accented baby-voice.

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  • "Stef," Van said without turning around, "I can't take you with me, you know that."

    Magic's Price

  • He'd seen so many stranger things as a Herald - "Stef," Vanyel said, slowly and carefully.

    Magic's Price

  • "Stef -" Vanyel caught his hand and drew him down beside his chair.

    Magic's Price

  • "Stef -" Vanyel caught his hand and drew him down beside his chair.

    Magic's Price

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