Definitions for AMANDA
This page provides all possible meanings and translations of the word AMANDA
Origin: From Amanda, feminine form of the saint's name Amandus, gerund of amare (to love) : thus meaning "worthy of being loved" or "worthy of love". Taken to regular use as an English given name from 18th century literature.
Sample Sentences & Example Usage
I have always been confident, amanda is innocent.
I am not a crazy person. I am not a criminal. I am innocent, but my name is Raffaele Sollecito, not Amanda Marie Knox.
Certainly in the British media, among key newspapers, Amanda Knox was guilty way before they got near any sort of court.
Because Amanda Knox initially admitted to a role in the crime, Amanda Knox wouldn't likely win. If a suspect lies to investigators before they are arrested, it is difficult to prove they were falsely imprisoned.
Though everything inside of me wants to hate, be angry, and slip into despair I choose the route of forgiveness, grace and hope, if there is one thing I've learned from Amanda in the 10 years we were together, it's this: Choosing to let my emotions drive my decisions is recipe for a hopeless and fruitless life. Today I am deciding to love, not hate.
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