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welly [wel-ee] Examples noun, plural wel·lies.
wellie or wel·ly [wel-ee] noun, plural wel·lies. Chiefly British Informal.
- Usually wellies. Wellington boot.
Examples from the Web for welly Historical Examples of welly
He skens ill enough to crack a looking-glass, welly (well-nigh).
I was only just thinking, daddy, what a welly funny booful lady she were, daddy.
An’ Enoch welly blew his lips off wi’ playin’, I con tell thi.
It’s like breaking your word, welly, for your aunt never had no thought but you’d make this your home.
“Those chestnuts were welly fond of each other,” said Rupert, in his solemnest way, while they were cooling in the fender.
John Strange Winter
British Dictionary definitions for welly welly noun
- Also called: welly boot plural -lies informal a Wellington boot
- slang energy, concentration, or commitment (esp in the phrase give it some welly)