noun, plural Char·leys. Military Slang.
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Furry asked, looking at Charley with serious, businesslike gray eyes.
We were at the Bitter Lemon now, Furry, Versie, Charley and I, waiting for the crowd to arrive.
Charley started to knock, and then we heard the music and he waited.
We shook his hand, then Charley introduced me to Furry and we all sat down.
Charley, a tall, blond young man, bent to shake hands with Furry.
It was in one of his fits of rage and remorse that Charley had asked Cherrie to fly with him.A Changed Heart|May Agnes Fleming
Charley shook her head as she methodically drew his rags about him and made him as warm as she could.Bleak House|Charles Dickens
Charley and I hurried below and burst open the door of the cabin.The Two Supercargoes|W.H.G. Kingston
"I'm going to talk to the boys about it, Charley," said Lew.The Young Wireless Operator--As a Fire Patrol|Lewis E. Theiss
Everybody in China has a boy, and Charley had his; a regular young imp of a fellow of about his own age.