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Copley

[kop-lee]
noun
  1. John Sin·gle·ton [sing-guh l-tuh n] /ˈsɪŋ gəl tən/, 1738–1815, U.S. painter.
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Contemporary Examples of copley

Historical Examples of copley

  • High and close to Copley's chin the ball whistled into Eliot's mitt.

  • Then he hurriedly related the story as told to him by Mr. Copley.

  • Copley was arrested on the 6th, and first examined on July 12.

    Raleigh

    Edmund Gosse

  • It takes a lot of pretty clothes to stay in a place like the Copley Plaza.

    Blue Bonnet in Boston

    Caroline E. Jacobs

  • Thomas dismounted from his horse first, and held the bridle of Copley's horse while Copley dismounted.

    Rollo in Rome

    Jacob Abbott


British Dictionary definitions for copley

Copley

noun
  1. John Singleton. 1738–1815, US painter
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