Cilla [sil-uh] EXAMPLES| noun Classical Mythology. a sister of Priam who, with her infant son, was slain by Priam because it had been prophesied that a mother and child of the royal house would cause the destruction of Troy.

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  • Unabridged Based on the Random House Unabridged Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2019 Examples from the Web for cilla Historical Examples of cilla

  • Rashe forgot the past far more easily that Cilla could ever do.

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    Charlotte M. Yonge

  • Cilla was gazing, with all her soul in her eyes, in silence.

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  • These words entered into the hearts of Hean and his sister Cilla, who was with him.

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    A. D. Crake

  • Three times a day Cilla had her lil’ boy run fresh cool well water all through de trough.

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  • And Cilla, my shining-headed chum, you and I are going to scamper about a bit before we go home.

    The Place Beyond the Winds

    Harriet T. Comstock

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