- a stingray.
Origin of stingaree
First recorded in 1830–40
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Examples from the Web for stingaree
"It's Stingaree," he said, drawing a breath through his teeth.
"Quite right, Sir Julian; let the blood run into them," said Stingaree.
A bank's a bank, and Stingaree hasna stuck one up since he took to his trade.
Stingaree was still seated in the narrowing shade of his own tent.
Stingaree's were the wider open, and in an instant the less stern.
- US, Canadian and Australian a popular name for the stingray
C19: variant of stingray
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