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- proper noun A female
given nameof biblical origin, in occasional use.
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She could have slain Damaris Garland at that moment.
Dionysius the Areopagite, and a woman by name Damaris, and others with them.
Areopagite and a woman called Damaris, and others besides.
"Damaris," I cried, casting me on my knees before her, "O God, how I do love thee!"
"Damaris," says I heavily and looking down at these slender fingers, yet not daring to kiss them lest my passion sweep me away, "you know that I do love you?"
'Damaris', a song ramblingly but endearingly described as a gypsy love song sees Wolf take up the violin too and create really lovely sweeping violin rock.
"Damaris," she said, "Chester has come back to us – the sea has given him back to us.
"Damaris," says I, joying in the comfort of her soft, strong arms about me, "dear love of mine, here is thing beyond my understanding, for these were words I dreamed sung to me by a dead man -- the man
"Damaris," she said, "Chester has come back to us -- the sea has given him back to us.
In the acknowledgments, Williams thanks his friend Natasha Soobramanien for writing the Damaris sections, having given her only "some dates and a few sketchy plot-lines".
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