[ US /daɪˈænə/ ]
  1. English aristocrat who was the first wife of Prince Charles; her death in an automobile accident in Paris produced intense national mourning (1961-1997)
  2. (Roman mythology) virgin goddess of the hunt and the Moon; counterpart of Greek Artemis
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How To Use Diana In A Sentence

  • In front of Titian's Diana and Actaeon in 2008, he explained: "When something is really convincing, I don't think about how it was done, I think about the effect on me. Lucian Freud obituary
  • One of the stars of the collection is the Diana and Minerva commode of 1773, so called for the inlaid roundels representing the goddesses of the hunt and the arts, respectively.
  • As for the national outpouring of ersatz grief, reminiscent of the scenes that followed the death of Princess Diana, it surely spoke not of feeling but of an egotistical inability to feel, compensated for by outward show.
  • Indianapolis beat out nearly 100 other cities as the site for a huge United Airlines maintenance center.
  • At the sight of the dead animal, Diana blenched.
  • And the idea that this book helped Diana in her life, I think, is quite the reverse of the truth.
  • Diana's house was crowded with happy people whose spontaneous outbursts of song were accompanied by lively music.
  • The struggles are still being felt, even now that I've graduated and moved away from South Bend, Indiana. Tanya Barrios: Coming Out at Notre Dame
  • They also have a special section for rare Canadiana, signed books, and antiquarian finds.
  • It was as impossible to be ambivalent about Diana as it is to be equivocal about going to war.
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