- Alice,1820–71, U.S. poet (sister of Phoebe Cary).
- (Arthur) Joyce (Lu·nel) [loon-l] /ˈlun l/, 1888–1957, English novelist.
- Henry Francis,1772–1844, British writer and translator.
- Phoebe,1824–71, U.S. poet (sister of Alice Cary).
- a town in central North Carolina.
- a male given name.
- a female given name, form of Caroline.
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Examples from the Web for cary
In 1945 or 1946, Hitch and Alma were in New York with Cary Grant and Ingrid Bergman, on a publicity tour.Alfred Hitchcock’s Fade to Black: The Great Director’s Final Days
December 13, 2014
Tragically, Cary did not live to complete the second volume, and in 2000 I began work in earnest on this book.This Republican Loved Taxes & Modern Art
November 19, 2014
You must have been pretty stoked when you found out that Cary would have such a big, juicy arc this season.
When Cary was jailed, Kalinda was the first person fighting for him.
And then the interviews with Alicia and Diane, seeing Alicia and Diane and Cary protecting one another.
"Cary, just take this out for me;" but Cary was gone, and her sister with her.
Cary speaks as if my heart had no possible concern in the matter.
Nothing, except ten pounds he gave Cary yesterday for her birthday.Sir Brook Fossbrooke, Volume II.
Charles James Lever
There was a man called Cary who had gone home from Kingston.Romance
Joseph Conrad and F.M. Hueffer
Miss Cary and I aren't going to hurt you any more than we can help.The Long Roll
- (Arthur) Joyce (Lunel). 1888–1957, British novelist; author of Mister Johnson (1939), A House of Children (1941), and The Horse's Mouth (1944)
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