Eleanor


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Eleonora
Eleonora
Eleonore
Eleonoora
Éléonore
Eleonora
Eleonora

Eleanor

[ˈelɪnəʳ] NLeonor
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To thee I bring greetings from our noble Queen Eleanor.
Queen Eleanor sat in her royal bower, through the open casements of which poured the sweet yellow sunshine in great floods of golden light.
While anchored here, a boat which was astern of the Eleanor was stolen, and a seaman who was in it was killed.
The Eleanor remained some few days at anchor here, and an apparently friendly intercourse was kept up with the inhabitants.
Leonora," said Miss Lavish; her own name was Eleanor.
Eager who forgot when he told us, or whether they have decided to leave Eleanor out altogether--which they could scarcely do--but in any case we must be prepared.
At the same instant a scream rang out behind Norman of Torn, and, turning, he faced a brightly lighted room in which sat Eleanor, Queen of England, and another Eleanor, wife of Simon de Montfort, with their ladies.
Before him, on her knees in the blood spattered rushes of the floor, knelt Eleanor, Queen of England, alternately chafing and kissing his hands.
There's William, and, I believe, Aunt Eleanor and Uncle Aubrey.
William, nominally engaged in a desultory conversation with Aunt Eleanor, heard every word, and taking advantage of the fact that elderly ladies have little continuity of conversation, at least with those whom they esteem for their youth and their sex, he asserted his presence by a very nervous laugh.
Aunt Eleanor fascinated me as few young women have ever done.
My dear Eleanor, the riot is only in your own brain.