noun, plural dar·bies. Building Trades.
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plural noun British Slang.
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Alex Gaurnaschelli is the executive chef of Butter Restaurant and The Darby.
I talked to [his then-wife] Darby, who said I needed to give this all over to a Higher Power.
Darby McCormick is one of the best heroines in thriller fiction: smart, resourceful and tough as nails.
The book that introduced Darby, The Missing, is currently the only one available from an American publisher.
They discovered that my middle name was Derby, and they christened me "Darby the Yank."A Yankee in the Trenches|R. Derby Holmes
She instructed Darby and Joan for an hour each morning in the mysteries of reading, writing, and counting.Two Little Travellers|Frances Browne Arthur
One was half full of soft, sweet-smelling hay for Darby and Joan to sleep upon.When Grandmamma Was New|Marion Harland
The sounders were clicking monotonously when the trick man turned to the relief operator who was checking Darby's transfer sheet.Empire Builders|Francis Lynde
Only Darby is to be in an office all day, and in Parliament all night,—and Joan is to stay at home.The Prime Minister|Anthony Trollope