Delaney

[duh-ley-nee]
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noun

Shelagh [shee-luh] /ˈʃi lə/, 1939–2011, English playwright.

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Historical Examples of delaney

  • I recalled what Kennedy had already said up in Delaney's apartment, and watched his face covertly.

    The Social Gangster

    Arthur B. Reeve

  • He avails himself of the privileges of the waltz, at the marriage of Mrs. Delaney, to gratify his lustful anticipations.

    Confession

    W. Gilmore Simms

  • After that Delaney never strayed from the proper trail again.

    The Boy Land Boomer

    Ralph Bonehill

  • "Well, all this is very interesting, of course," said Mr. Delaney.

  • The detective upended the cup, drank deeply, then passed it over to Delaney.

    Whispering Wires

    Henry Leverage