Connolly

[kon-l-ee]
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noun

MaureenMaureen Catherine Connolly BrinkerLittle Mo, 1934–69, U.S. tennis player.

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  • An' I scourin' the counthry all round about Connolly's farm lookin' for ye!

    Terry

    Rosa Mulholland

  • Only, if you would just tell me where Connolly's farm is perhaps I can get there if the fog would only go.

    Terry

    Rosa Mulholland

  • "He's a dale o' talk," says Mrs. Connolly, the moment his back is turned.

    April's Lady

    Margaret Wolfe Hungerford

  • "I'll tell him all that he ought to know," says Mrs. Connolly.

    April's Lady

    Margaret Wolfe Hungerford

  • "Fegs 'twas that was the matther wid it," says Mrs. Connolly, with a beaming smile.

    April's Lady

    Margaret Wolfe Hungerford


British Dictionary definitions for connolly

Connolly

noun

Billy. born 1942, Scottish comedian, musician, and actor: his films include Mrs Brown (1997)
Cyril (Vernon). 1903–74, British critic and writer, founder and editor of Horizon (1939–50): his books include Enemies of Promise (1938)
James. 1868–1916, Irish labour leader: executed by the British for his part in the Easter Rising (1916)
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