noun, plural hol·lies.
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Nicholas Gross told few friends about Holly’s condition, but at the beginning of 2020, he realized his mom needed more help.
As Holly’s condition worsened, Gross added responsibilities.
The gift was particularly special because it came from his mother, Holly, his best friend and biggest supporter.
So along with Holly’s family, he created a GoFundMe to raise money for his mother’s medical expenses.
Deck your halls instead with boughs of holly, shouting “Merry Christmas” (or “Happy Hanukkah”) well into the night.
From the religious (‘The Holly and the Ivy’) to the secular (‘The Chipmunk Song’), my top 20.
Something tells me Holly Golightly would have thoroughly approved.
One day they were trying things out and started playing old Buddy Holly songs.
So the Beatles had recorded that Buddy Holly song many times?
As they brush the holly-leaves, in passing, the very sprays that touch the dresses of the scared girls are stirring.Checkmate|Joseph Sheridan Le Fanu
It appeared that the fact of her having been the landlady of the Holly Sprig made no difference in his case.A Bicycle of Cathay|Frank R. Stockton
In the twining of English holly and Western pine upon the great English novelist's grave the poet expresses a happy thought.Dickens in Camp|Bret Harte
Jacques Bastien threw his holly stick in a corner, kept on his blouse, and followed his wife and the bailiff to the dining-room.
Its wild thyme will remain only in patches on its Trwyn, and its sandhills will be glaucous with the blue sea-holly no more.Mushroom Town|Oliver Onions