amie


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amie

(ami)
n
a female friend
References in classic literature ?
"I am glad, chere amie, to know that you have finally overcome your dislike for him; truly he did not deserve it."
"Mais, ma bonne amie," said Prince Andrew, "vous devriez au contraire m'etre reconnaissante de ce que j'explique a Pierre votre intimite avec ce jeune homme."*
"C'est assez, ma bonne amie; a present je ne veux pas vous retenir davantage."
"And you," she said, with the tolerant smile of one who had fattened on the lust of her fellows, "have you got a petite amie?"
Fairfax's parlour fireside, and given her her best wax doll (which I usually kept enveloped in silver paper in a drawer) to play with, and a story-book for change of amusement; and having replied to her "Revenez bientot, ma bonne amie, ma chere Mdlle.
"There is a bonne amie! English land and English women, say I, and French wine and French plunder.
"But, ma chere amie," argued the husband, seriously, "it's most important that the right man should be mayor this year, because of the elections to the Chamber.
Amie Grover, 25, from Fishguard, has been awarded the pounds 1,000 bursary to help her complete her Open College Network plumbing course at Pembrokeshire College.
The couple are now reconciled but Sally said daughter Amie had been her rock during the hard times.
A team of forensic experts began examining the flat in Holmesdale Street in the Grangetown area of the city where Amie had lived alone for the past three months.
Tracy who has three other children - Tony, six, Tyrone, four and 18-month-old Tyler - was deeply worried when her doctor prescribed Prozac for Amie.
Yesterday head teacher Mr Tim Moralee said: "When Amie arrived at the school today she was allegedly approached by one of the girls involved and as a consequence she felt the pressure was too much and her mother took her home."