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English sentences with desdemona in context,

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Wait, isn't that Desdemona?
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Othello and Desdemona.
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Desdemona (proper_noun)

  • A character in Shakespeare's play The Tragedy of Othello, the Moor of Venice, the wife of Othello
  • An inner moon of the planet Uranus.
  • Short for , a main-belt asteroid discovered in 1908.
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desdemona

  • A beautiful name....
  • A beautiful name. The wife of Othello that he killed because he thought that she had cheated on him in Shakespeare's play Othello.
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That's odd, i saw a huge difference in Desdemona wet versus dry.
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I tried my shadow (desdemona) wet and dry at home and, maybe I'm not applying it correctly, but there isn't a huge difference.
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Yeah, but sadly, because of the handkerchief, Desdemona did not pass.
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When I do contouring for special occasions under fluorescent lighting, I feel like Lady Macbeth, Desdemona, or Ophelia.
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Othello/Desdemona can be super intense.
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oooh, I should swatch the Water Shadow in Burgundy next to the Dual Intensity in Desdemona, they are pretty similar and I wonder if the Kiko is a dupe?
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Othello's increasingly fervent ramblings about betrayal and jealousy are beautiful because he IS being betrayed, but not by Desdemona... another betrayal within itself.
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I go with Shakespearan characters, just for shits and giggles: Desdemona, Ophelia, Imogen, Hermione, Portia.
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Poor Desdemona....
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So when I posted my Kiko haul, a few people were interested in seeing a comparison of Kiko's Water Shadow in Burgundy against the NARS Dual Intensity Shadow in Desdemona.
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If burgundy shadows are your thing and you have reasonable access to a Kiko, I definitely recommend going for Burgundy over Desdemona, just based on value and performance.
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However, I do prefer Desdemona personally, as it has more of a duochrome finish, and those are my jam.
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But Halle Berry said it like she was Desdemona.
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And names Sacrificium-Phoenix-Unity-Desdemona-Spike-Storm
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Fuck Desdemona.
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Hah hah, unfortunately this is Act 3 of Otello - the deaths take place in the 4th Act: Otello strangles Desdemona, and then stabs himself.
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on the desdemona, how do they manage an electrical connection that wont get all twisted up as the thing spins?
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It's not a perfect analogy as Desdemona was innocent, and had no power over either Othello or her fate.
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Agatha, Amara, Astrid, Bellatrix, Desdemona, Griselda, Lilith, Minaev(MIN-AY-EV), Morganna, Natasha, Petite, Rosea, Sacrim, Samara, Sibyl, Ursula, Viveka
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His wife Queen Desdemona always maintained her innocence that she was faithful to him.
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Desdemona only appeared guilty in his eyes after she had been setup, big time, by her husbands staffer Iago!
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He planted enough 'evidence' escalating Othello into a break down, and to the insane moment when he murdered the innocent, clueless Desdemona.
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Note: not forgetting that Othello killed himself after murdering Desdemona.
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Iago was jealous of Othello, and manipulated Othello into killing Desdemona.
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Are you really trying to make an analogy of both Desdemona and the LWs asking for it?
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Iago was jealous of Othello, and manipulated Othello into killing Desdemona.
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this probably belongs in a 'crazy theories' thread but something about how Ethel said 'would they arrest the man playing Othello for killing Desdemona?'
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