/ (ˈæpəlbɪ) /

  1. a town in NW England, in Cumbria: famous for its annual horse fair. Pop: 2862 (2001)

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How to use Appleby in a sentence

  • Such acts send a powerful signal, says Kevin Appleby, head of migration policy for the USCCB.

    How This Pope Is Remaking the GOP | Michelle Cottle | April 18, 2014 | THE DAILY BEAST
  • Colleen Appleby tried to leave the business in 1984 by moving to the desert with a cocaine dealer.

    Life After Porn | Sean Macaulay | April 28, 2010 | THE DAILY BEAST
  • "I'd like to show you some of our new crockery sets, Mr. Stover," said Appleby softly.

    The Varmint | Owen Johnson
  • There's Bill Appleby's—say, he's a character, rolling in money—we'll drop in to see him.

    The Varmint | Owen Johnson
  • "You've got the first choice, Mr. Stover," said Appleby in his caressing way.

    The Varmint | Owen Johnson
  • They passed Miss Appleby taking a posse of her young lady boarders out for a walk.

    The Open Question | Elizabeth Robins
  • Oh, in many small ways, but chiefly in this affair with the little lady of Appleby.

    The Master of Appleby | Francis Lynde