Barclay

[ bahrk-lee ]

noun
  1. a male given name.

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How to use Barclay in a sentence

  • As to Barclay, he certainly once had a company; but it has been disbanded; and what has become of him I do not know.

  • Walbridge never lost sight of the joke of his (Ferdinand Walbridge) being father-in-law to a man of Barclay's age.

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  • But he seemed very disposed to make every possible use of Barclay's experience and kindness.

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  • I signed my papers with Barclay the day he went away, you know, and have been at the office every day.

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British Dictionary definitions for Barclay

Barclay

/ (ˈbɑːklɪ) /


noun
  1. Alexander . c . 1475–1552, English poet. His works include The Ship of Fools (1509) and Eclogues (c . 1513–14)

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