- of or relating to the Indianapolis 500: an Indy race car.
Origin of Indy
- Vin·cent [van-sahn] /vɛ̃ˈsɑ̃/. Indy, d'.
- Vin·cent [van-sahn] /vɛ̃ˈsɑ̃/, 1851–1931, French composer.
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Examples from the Web for indy
Can you imagine Ejiofor as Indy and, say… Morgan Freeman as Henry Jones, Sr.?
The move came in the wake of Disney acquiring Lucasfilm, which produced all four Indy films, back in 2012.
Indy is a frequent commenter on frumforum.com and talkradiosucks.com.It's the Math
November 9, 2012
She was the yin to Indy's yang, the pepper to his salt, and the chemistry between them was palpable.
Indy taking out that entire convoy full of Nazis, one by one by one.
There—do you see that fat man that's just going out—him as has got on the Indy 'ankycher?
On the other side of the mast, Indy was sleeping with her head upon her breast.
It wouldn't be safe to leave Rosemary Roselle alone here with Indy.
It was the colored woman—the Indy of the essay—quivering with anger and fear.
Such weather must be terrible bad for a young chap just come from a fiery nation like Indy; hey, naibour Cannister?'A Pair of Blue Eyes
- See d'Indy
- (Paul Marie Theodore) Vincent (vɛ̃sɔ̃). 1851–1931, French composer. His works include operas, chamber music, and the Symphony on a French Mountaineer's Song (1866)
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