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Definition of Marcella
1. a cotton, linen, twill weave [n -S]
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Literary usage of Marcella
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Sunset by Southern Pacific Company, Southern Pacific Company. Passenger Dept (1914)
"marcella Craft's "Mimi" is a piteous >ist«T to IHT "Butterfly, ... It is this same Californian, marcella Craft, who has lifted "Salome" to a spiritual ..."
2. A Writer's Recollections by Humphry Ward (1919)
"Bishop Creighton, with only the first two-thirds of the book before him, wrote me denunciations of marcella. I am greatly interested in the book and pine ..."
3. The Lives of the Saints by Sabine Baring-Gould (1898)
"5 MARCHELL or marcella, V. Wales, 6th cent. MARCHELL or marcella was the daughter of Arwystli Gloff. She founded Ystrad Marchell, near Welshpool, ..."
4. Ante-Nicene Christian Library: Translations of the Writings of the Fathers by James Donaldson, Alexander Roberts (1869)
"And then," I think she said, " marcella immediately began to speak as follows." DISCOURSE I.—marcella. CHAP. I.—The difficulty and excellence of ..."
5. The Warner Library by Charles Dudley Warner, Harry Morgan Ayres, John William Cunliffe, Helen Rex Keller, Gerhard Richard Lomer (1917)
"ON THE afternoon of the day which intervened between the Maxwells' call and her introduction to the court, marcella walked as usual down to the village. ..."
6. Success in Music and how it is Won by Henry Theophilus Finck, Ignace Jan Paderewski (1909)
"marcella SEMBRICH Like Pauline Lucca, marcella Sembrich may be classed with ... marcella had learned the violin from the age of six, and many a time did she ..."
7. History of Liberty by Samuel Eliot (1853)
"1 The same letter bewails the loss of marcella. One of the blood-stained ... Full of joy at having rescued her friend, marcella forgot her own losses. ..."
8. The Gentleman's Magazine (1855)
"marcella. IF Dame Fortune is capricious in the distribution of her favours, Fame, ... To marcella, however, this distinction is really due; and, ..."