magdalen

[ mag-duh-leen, -luh n, mag-duh-lee-nee ]SEE DEFINITION OF magdalen

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You, at all events, my Olivia, can never become a Carmelite or a Magdalen.

He completed his education at Queen's and Magdalen colleges, Oxford.

He had painted a Magdalen, which was really wonderfully beautiful.

In the middle of Magdalen Bridge we met a woman with a child in her arms.

Fellowships were then sold, at Magdalen and New, when they were not given by favour.

Stones, for the primitive warfare of the time, were transported to the top of Magdalen tower.

It was just the same with the other Magdalen tower at Taunton till its rebuilding.

I think I have been delirious ever since that day I saw you first, Magdalen.

You see I have come back in spite of your command, Magdalen.

Magdalen Crawford, the fisherman's niece, is no companion for you.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR MAGDALEN

prodigal son

nounforgiven child
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