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Definition of Cyrilla

  • shrub or small tree of southeastern United States to West Indies and Brazil; grown for the slender racemes of white flowers and orange and crimson foliage

How to use cyrilla in a sentence. Cyrilla pronunciation.

After a time she discovered that Mrs. Brindley's first name was Cyrilla, but Mrs. Brindley and Miss Stevens they remained to each other for a long time-until circumstances changed their accidental intimacy into enduring friendship.
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It was extremely fortunate for her, thought she, that she was living with such a person as Cyrilla Brindley.
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At first she thought that Jennings was to be as great a help to her as Cyrilla Brindley.
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Cyrilla was sincere, and was saying even more than Mildred had hoped she would say.
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If she had been looking at her friend's face she would have flared out in anger; for Cyrilla Brindley was taking advantage of her abstraction to observe her with friendly sympathy and sadness.
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In this respect she and Cyrilla Brindley were sympathetically alike.
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She had tried in vain to discover what there was in Keith that inspired such intense liking in two people so widely different as expansive and emotional Stanley Baird and reserved and distinctly cold Cyrilla Brindley.
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Nor had I," returned Cyrilla easily, "until I began to talk about him.
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Cyrilla's usually positive gray eyes looked vague.
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She hoped the others would have gone off somewhere; but they were waiting for her, Stanley anxious and Cyrilla Brindley irritated.
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Keith did not return, did not write, and Cyrilla Brindley inquired and telephoned in vain.
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Presently he knocked on the door of the little library, opened it when permission came in Cyrilla's voice.
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In her eyes there was a gleam that more than suggested a possibility of some man-some man she might fancy-seeing an amazingly different Cyrilla Brindley.
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It was Cyrilla's notion that confidences were a mistake, and that the more closely people were thrown together the more resolutely they ought to keep certain barriers between them.
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A spasm of pain crossed Cyrilla's face.
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Cyrilla Brindley's face was tragic as she looked at the beautiful girl, so gracefully adjusted to the big chair.
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As she rose to go to bed, she looked appealingly at Cyrilla.
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An instant and Cyrilla appeared in the doorway.
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Cyrilla, I want you to tell the exact, honest truth.
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Cyrilla paled, looked pleadingly at Mildred.
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Examples of Cyrilla

Example #1
If there is anything about me-about my life-that you wish me to explain, I shall be glad to do so.
Example #2
We have to be more or less intimate, but we'll never be familiar.
Example #3
In the old atmosphere, or with any taint of it, she would have been unable to become a serious person.
Example #4
Mildred also began to feel that in this new atmosphere of ideas, of work, of accomplishment, she would rapidly develop into a different sort of person.
Example #5
Certainly if ever there was a man with the air of a worker and a place with the air of a workshop, that man and that place were Eugene Jennings and his studio in Carnegie Hall.
Example #6
She had come out of the hothouse into the open.