“Maybe in the late eighties or early nineties something like that could have happened,” sallee said.
A Moorish pirate ship, named from sallee, a seaport of Morocco.
Descendants, named sallee, now live in Kentucky and Tennessee.
Our master said it was a sallee man-of-war, that seemed to give us chase.
The Giants never regard sallee as a left-hander with men on the bases.
The scud hides the shore, but he judges that we are not far from sallee.
A citizen of London, taken prisoner by the sallee pirates in 1636.
The poem upon sallee has forcible sentiments; but the conclusion is feeble.
Then fearful shrieks arose as the Esperanza sailed on—the sallee Rover was sinking.
Why not drowned in Yarmouth roads, or killed in the fight, when the ship was taken by the sallee man of war?