Examples from the Web for ashley
What has getting back together been like without Ashley Parker Angel?Not a Liquid Dream: O-Town's Back, Baby. But Where’s Ashley?|Melissa Leon|August 25, 2014|DAILY BEAST
I think it was on the Ashley Banfield show on CNN, and she brought up the speculation.Bryan Cranston on Walter White’s Future, Directing ‘Better Call Saul,’ and Hillary 2016|Marlow Stern|August 1, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Ashley Madison—the international web site for married people who want to fool around—is taking Japan by storm.
Out of all the markets Ashley Madison has penetrated, Japan was the fastest to reach one million members.
So Ashley Madison expects continued high growth in the Japanese market.
He drew "a remittance," but, as that was paid through Ashley, no one knew whence it came nor how much it was.The Sky Pilot|Ralph Connor
General Ashley, in the Senate from Arkansas, died yesterday.The Papers And Writings Of Abraham Lincoln, Volume Two|Abraham Lincoln
That revolver, shown to Mr. Ashley's valet, was sworn to by him as being the property of his master.The Old Man in the Corner|Baroness Orczy
"Wait a moment and we'll show you," answered General Ashley.Pluck on the Long Trail|Edwin L. Sabin
"Sit down," said Mr. Ashley to William, and left the room, note in hand.Mrs. Halliburton's Troubles|Mrs. Henry Wood
British Dictionary definitions for ashley
Word Origin and History for ashley
fem. proper name, all but unknown before c.1965; one of the most popular names for girls born in U.S. from c.1980; evidently inspired by the surname Ashley, Ashleigh (attested from 12c.), which means "clearing among the ash trees," from Old English æsc + leah (see ash (n.2) + lea).