Eudora [yoo-dawr-uh, -dohr-uh] Examples noun

  1. a female given name.

Examples from the Web for eudora Contemporary Examples of eudora

  • He told Flagg he had an extra ticket to see Eudora Welty at the 92nd Street Y the following week and invited her to use it.

    Harper Lee Makes a Surprise Appearance at an Alabama Literary Luncheon

    Mary McDonagh Murphy

    May 3, 2012

  • None of these characters would be caught dead in a novel by John Steinbeck, Carson McCullers, or Eudora Welty.

    American Dreams: ‘Tobacco Road’ by Erskine Caldwell

    Nathaniel Rich

    April 30, 2012

  • Writers ranging from Ray Bradbury to Eudora Welty to Amos Oz have credited this classic text as an influence.

    Respect the Midwest!

    Anna Clark

    January 30, 2011

  • Nadine Gordimer once called Phillips “the best short-story writer since Eudora Welty.”

    Jayne Anne Phillips Goes to War

    Lizzie Stark

    March 2, 2009

  • Historical Examples of eudora

  • Eudora was a mere infant when Phidias bought her of a poor goatherd in Phelle.


    Lydia Maria Child

  • Moreover, I believe, dearest Eudora, that half your wrongs are in your own imagination.


    Lydia Maria Child

  • Eudora took it with a deep blush, saying, “Aspasia gave it to me.”


    Lydia Maria Child

  • They were both silent for a few moments; and Eudora’s countenance was troubled.


    Lydia Maria Child

  • Eudora started, when she saw the well-known writing of Philæmon.


    Lydia Maria Child

  • Word Origin and History for eudora Eudora

    fem. proper name, from Greek Eudora, literally “generous,” fem. of eudoros, from eu “well” (see eu-) + doron “gift” (see date (n.1)).

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