[ US /ɹəˈbɛkə/ ]
  1. (Old Testament) wife of Isaac and mother of Jacob and Esau
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How To Use Rebecca In A Sentence

  • Rebecca was too embarrassed to reply, but he took her silence as an affirmative.
  • Moving to the rhythm, Jason starting dancing in a slow sexy way; this made Rebecca and Kale hoot and laugh even more.
  • A number of our friends lined up for cuddles with the wee darling, and several photos of people who we had not hitherto suspected of being clucky fussing Rebecca now exist.
  • Rebecca "brings the vitality of herself -- her offhand sense of her own consequence"; Mizzy "feels like a fantasy he's having, his own dream of self, made manifest to others"; Peter exhibits an artist whose video installations show ordinary citizens in repeated commonplace actions, but these figures "do, of course, each of them, carry within them a jewel of self, not just the wounds and the hopes but an innerness. Alan Hollinghurst On Michael Cunningham
  • When Rebecca emerged into the sunlight, it was clear that something was badly wrong.
  • For her fiftieth birthday Don built Rebecca a chicken tractor - a long wire enclosure on wheels that enables her to graze chickens along the rows of green manure forage.
  • Above Dominic's bed hangs the watercolour painting he made as a gift for his twin sister Rebecca and the letters sent to him by relatives and friends.
  • Is it just me, or are they suddenly soapier, as indicated by such characters as Hanna's dad and his new bride in PLL, and Annie "Rebecca" Sewell in TLG "returning to town" to disrupt the lives of those with whom we've become familiar so far. Ask Matt: Dance, Downton Abbey, CSI, Guilty Pleasures and More!
  • I blame James for bringing Friendster up on Monday, while a bunch of us were geeking out on our wifi-enabled Powerbooks in the hallway (causing Rebecca to ask, "Remember when we used to talk to each other?").
  • I hope to hear from you soon. Yours sincerely, Chris Smith, pp Rebecca Collings.
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