[ uh-glee, uh-gley, uh-glahy ]
/ əˈgli, əˈgleɪ, əˈglaɪ /
adverb Chiefly Scot.
off the right line; awry; wrong.
English Affixes From A To Z: A One-Stop List Of Suffixes, Prefixes, and Combining FormsIn English, we love to make new words by adding all sorts of bits to the front and back of existing terms. These are called affixes, and they are added to the base or stem of a word. When attached to the end of word, the affix is called a suffix. And to the beginning? A prefix.
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Examples from the Web for agly
The low-lying, but rude, crests of the Corbires cut out the view northward from the valley of the Agly.Castles and Chateaux of Old Navarre and the Basque Provinces|Francis Miltoun
British Dictionary definitions for agly
/ (əˈɡleɪ, əˈɡlaɪ, əˈɡliː) /
Scot awry; askew
Word Origin for agley
from gley squint
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