noun, plural bur·leys. (often initial capital letter)
Origin of burley1
noun, plural bur·leys. Informal.
Origin of burley2
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Contemporary Examples of burley
She planned to use her work lunch break to see her doctor in Burley, about nine-and-a-half miles away.Idaho Woman Who Gave Birth on Highway: ‘I Had to Pull My Pants Down to Get the Baby Out’
July 10, 2014
Historical Examples of burley
You will be glad to hear, Mr. Burley, that his lordship—ahem!
The search was growing doubtful, and I felt sorry for Mr. Burley.
And what good can the trunk do Mr. Burley unless he can open it?
Burley, he'll never fergive me s'long 's I live ef I get et up.The Man of the Desert
Grace Livingston Hill
Such stamping and hallooing, and such hurrahs for "Burley John."My Novel, Complete