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a female given name.
Contemporary Examples

She began it, fangs on display, by accusing Carole Radziwill of not writing her books herself.
‘The Real Housewives of New York City’ Loses a Leg in Sixth-Season Finale Tim Teeman July 22, 2014

Beautiful, which opens Monday, is based on the much-longer, much-more charmed musical life of Carole King.
‘Beautiful: The Carole King Musical’ Review: A Few Discordant Notes, But Damn Great Songs Daniel Gross January 12, 2014

Rumors that Carole Middleton would join the Australian tour to help look after Prince George have been scotched by the palace.
Situation Vacant: Kate and William Seek New Nanny For George Tom Sykes January 12, 2014

“He was looking miserable the whole time,” said Beverly Hills psychiatrist and author Carole Lieberman.
How Oscars Ruin a Marriage Nicole LaPorte March 17, 2010

Carole first wore the blue dress from chain store Reiss with a black belt to Ascot two years ago.
Kate Wears Her Mum’s Dress for Maiden Speech Tom Sykes March 18, 2012

Carole Radziwill, one time princess, two-time Real Housewives star, debuts her first novel and talks about sex and dating.
A Real Housewife Gets Real About Sex, Dating, and Widowhood Justin Jones February 10, 2014

But for Carole Kirk of Atlanta, simply being a woman is not enough of a reason to support Handel.
Tea Party Flops in Georgia Senate Race Patricia Murphy May 18, 2014

Historical Examples

Carole (Tyrwhitt—the other editions have dance) was a round dance.
Chaucer for Children Mrs. H. R. Haweis

The proper form of the ballads is the same as the Carole, with narrative substance added.
Medieval English Literature William Paton Ker

The dreamer finds Sir Mirth and a company of fair folk and fresh, dancing a Carole.
Medieval English Literature William Paton Ker


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