A jail or police station
[1920s+ Hoboes; fr calaboose]
cally, after the first shrinking, was possessed by a sense of anti-climax.
Tis rare stuff,' said the Guebre; 'come, cally, it should inspire you.'
cally stood unmoving, slim hands locked behind her head, staring toward the window.
"But understand me, cally," Henrietta was saying, with provoking calm.
The land of "Calie-gerton," mentioned in the above extract, is evidently "cally in Girthon."
But cally said briefly that she was not afraid, and had to go home in a little while anyway.
cally Heth, indeed, stood in a dumbness which she seemed powerless to break.
But cally only said once more that she must be going, and asked where Aunt Molly was.
His hand, with the pencil in it, lay on the table close by her, and cally closed her slim fingers over it with a firm clasp.
cally's not the girl to get black rings under her eyes for things like that.