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willey


willey [wil-ee] Examples noun, verb (used with object)

  1. willy.

willy or wil·ley [wil-ee] noun, plural wil·lies.

  1. willow(def 4).

verb (used with object), wil·lied, wil·ly·ing.

  1. to willow (cotton).

Origin of willy 1825–35; special use of dial. willy, Old English wilige basket (orig. one made of willow twigs); akin to willow Examples from the Web for willey Contemporary Examples of willey

  • “I’m really concerned by what’s going on in Raleigh and by the attitudes of the legislature,” Willey said.

    Escaping Arrest at the Raleigh Rallies

    Patricia Murphy

    July 23, 2013

  • Historical Examples of willey

  • Mr. Willey was peculiarly adapted to such circumstances as these.

    Cleveland Past and Present

    Maurice Joblin

  • He was rather excited at the idea of meeting Clara at Willey Farm.

    Sons and Lovers

    David Herbert Lawrence

  • He lay back in the rocking-chair at Willey Farm one evening.

    Sons and Lovers

    David Herbert Lawrence

  • It was as if something were drawing his soul out towards Willey Farm.

    Sons and Lovers

    David Herbert Lawrence

  • To console his mother, Paul did not go much to Willey Farm at this time.

    Sons and Lovers

    David Herbert Lawrence

  • British Dictionary definitions for willey willy noun

    1. British informal a childish or jocular term for penis

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