Definitions

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

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Examples

  • The name Tess Copeland is a sharp prod from his past.

    The Redleys

  • The name Tess Copeland is a sharp prod from his past.

    The Redleys

  • The name Tess Copeland is a sharp prod from his past.

    The Redleys

  • The name Tess Copeland is a sharp prod from his past.

    The Redleys

  • 'Mrs. Fiske in Tess' is announced in the motion-picture houses, but you almost weep when you witness that travesty on her poignant art, that reduction of a soul-gripping play to a poor pantomimic skeleton, like an illustrated report in a Hearst newspaper.

    Class-Consciousness and the 'Movies'

  • 'Mrs. Fiske in Tess' is announced in the motion-picture houses, but you almost weep when you witness that travesty on her poignant art, that reduction of a soul-gripping play to a poor pantomimic skeleton, like an illustrated report in a Hearst newspaper.

    Class-Consciousness and the 'Movies'

  • It's an interesting story with a lot of characters, but, unfortunately, Tess is the only one that is fully fleshed out.

    Another Thing to Fall by Laura Lippman: Book summary

  • When Yng woke up in Tess 'house, he was a little shocked and rather angry at Fiona, who had apparently kidnapped him.

    D&D

  • When Yng woke up in Tess 'house, he was a little shocked and rather angry at Fiona, who had apparently kidnapped him.

    D&D

  • Tess is an aquarelliste who takes photos with an artist's objective in mind: her "captures" will become colorful canvases.

    aubade - French Word-A-Day

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