noun, plural Hen·leys.
Origin of Henley1
Definition for henley (2 of 2)
Examples from the Web for henley
At Henley, the other vaporium, the crew lying around on settees and filling the room with fog brought back Dutch flashbacks.
Henley, another vaping boite a bit further downtown, is even hipper.
Eisenberg and Denholtz reiterated many times that with Henley, they are "starting a culture."
The city council's decision to ban the public use of e-cigarettes is highly unlikely to negatively impact Henley.
Now being one of the few safe places left to vape, Henley may even get more customers.
I had barely turned my back to the rail when Henley emerged within six feet of me.Gordon Craig|Randall Parrish
I wish both poems back, as I am copyless: but they might return via Henley.The Works of Robert Louis Stevenson - Swanston Edition Vol. 23 (of 25)|Robert Louis Stevenson
Henley swallowed a lump of emotion that had risen in his throat.Dixie Hart|Will N. Harben
He'll probably do it at Henley or at Sandown, or in the Park.The Limit|Ada Leverson
“Whatever may be the case, we must go to her assistance,” exclaimed Mr Henley.My First Voyage to Southern Seas|W.H.G. Kingston
Word Origin and History for henley
town on the Thames in Oxfordshire, site of annual regatta since 1839. The name is Old English hean-leage "(settlement) at or by the high wood."