masc. proper name, from Old French Eustace (Modern French Eustache), from Latin Eustachius, probably from Greek eustakhos "fruitful," from eu "well, good" (see eu-) + stakhys "ear (of grain);" see spike (n.1).
1. Francie was present , and Eustace had come in his car.
2. On July 7, Mr. Eustace and Mr. Schiller spoke over the phone.
3. Along the way , Eustace is tempted by enchanted treasure and turned into a dragon.