How Darling synonymized Evelina’s name and created a new American darling

The British novelist and essayist Eveline de Stael, who died last year, was the subject of numerous biographies, including her autobiography, Evelin, and her book The New Yorker, which was nominated for a Pulitzer Prize.

And the same year, she created the word “evelin” in her novel, “Evelin.”

However, her name did not end up in many dictionaries, until a dictionary created by the University of Michigan called the dictionary Evelines Dictionary was released in the 1970s.

That dictionary has since become the first English-language dictionary to include her name in its definition.

And it’s been used by people from all over the world.

It’s also been used in popular culture, as evidenced by the TV show “American Idol.”

The show, which has been around since 2002, has used Evelins name in a number of songs, including “The One I Love,” which was released on March 13, 2018.

Darling Synonyms The Oxford English Dictionary (Oxford) says that “Evelyn” means “honest, true, upright, honest.”

It also defines it as “an honest, truthful, virtuous person who holds the truth and keeps her word.”

Darling’s name was synonymously used in her book, “The New Yorker,” in reference to the character Evelyn from “The Twilight Zone.”

But the Oxford dictionary defines it differently, calling it “the name of a character in a work by William Blake, whose characters are named after characters in his novels.”

The word “EVElyn” is also found in many literary works and books, including works by Anne Rice and Henry James, and in the film version of “The Chronicles of Narnia.”

The Oxford Dictionary of Dictionaries says that the word has also been the subject, “of many theories and speculations, and some of which have been substantiated.”

The dictionary does not provide a link to the work, “Narnia: The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe,” and it does not indicate whether Darling was credited for her creation.

So we can’t say that she was credited with creating the word, but we can say that her name was used in many instances.