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  • proper n. A female given name, a feminine form of Thomas.

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Examples

  • PRESIDENT CLINTON NOMINATES THOMASINA "TOMMY" ROGERS AS CHAIR TO THE ADMINISTRATIVE CONFERENCE OF THE UNITED STATES The President today announced his intent to nominate Thomasina

    President Names Chair To Us Administrative Conference

  • But he either could not or would not apply himself, so the prize lay unearned in Thomasina's trunk.

    Lob Lie-by-the-Fire: or The Luck of Lingborough

  • Once the boy trod on a rotten branch, and as he drew back his foot, and it came crashing down, the farm-bailiff set his teeth, and Miss Kitty fainted in Thomasina's arms.

    Lob Lie-by-the-Fire: or The Luck of Lingborough

  • The play is set in two time periods: in April 1809, at a stately home in Derbyshire, a gifted pupil called Thomasina proposes a startling theory, beyond her comprehension.

    Playbill.com : News

  • But what was it ... 2 or 3 years to come to the conclusion that Thomas the Stank Engine should be called Thomasina the Stanking Engine .....

    Army Rumour Service

  • a girl called Thomasina, for it is actually about a girl call Rhoda

    Tom and Some Other Girls A Public School Story

  • Not a good scolding to clear the air, such as Thomasina would give to Annie the lass, but his slow, caustic tongue was always growling, like muttered thunder, over

    Tales from Many Sources Vol. V

  • Not a good scolding to clear the air, such as Thomasina would give to Annie the lass, but his slow, caustic tongue was always growling, like muttered thunder, over John Broom's incorrigible head.

    Lob Lie-by-the-Fire: or The Luck of Lingborough

  • This year, the organizers boast participation by Jamie Oliver's restaurant Fifteen Cornwall, Thomasina Miers of the Mexican chain, Wahaca, and food writers such as Josceline Dimbleby.

    Eat, Drink and Be Entertained

  • There is a boy, Gus, who is mute and is played by the same actor (in the same clothes) playing Augustus, the brother of Thomasina.

    Theatre Review: "Arcadia" by Tom Stoppard

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