EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DIVA
"Well—and—" asked Salvani, breathlessly, as the diva paused.
In his dull way he had learned that to pull the diva, one must agree with her.
“I shall give you her address,” interrupted the diva, hastily.
Diva rapidly recollected that the perfidious Elizabeth was among them.
They rebounded from each other, and Diva whizzed out between them.
On which Diva unmasked her last gun, and told him that she had ordered a crab on purpose.
“But they might not have been engaged at all,” said Diva with a brightened eye.
Diva was quite capable of popping into both of these apartments.
“I always scold Amelia for the luggage she takes with her,” said Mr. Wyse to Diva.
Diva put her hand to her face as “wisdom” gave her an awful twinge.
"distinguished woman singer, prima donna," 1883, from Italian diva "goddess, fine lady," from Latin diva "goddess," fem. of divus "divine (one);" see divine (adj.).