Cressida

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Cres·si·da

 (krĕs′ĭ-də)
n.
A Trojan woman in medieval romances who first returns the love of Troilus but later forsakes him for Diomedes.
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Cressida

(ˈkrɛsɪdə) ,

Criseyde

or

Cressid

n
(Classical Myth & Legend) (in medieval adaptations of the story of Troy) a woman who deserts her Trojan lover Troilus for the Greek Diomedes
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Cres•si•da

(ˈkrɛs ɪ də)

n.
(in medieval adaptations of the story of the Trojan wars) a Trojan woman portrayed as the lover of Troilus, whom she deserts for Diomedes.
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Cressida