noun, plural hurl·eys, hurl·ies. British.
Origin of hurley
Examples from the Web for hurley
Contemporary Examples of hurley
Indeed, in as much as clothes define us, Hurley had the strange distinction of having her persona defined by a dress.
All this buzz, the continued tabloid fascination with Hurley, is down—absurdly—to that dress.
In wearing it, Hurley helped originate a wider revolution, too.
In recent years, away from the screen, Hurley has reinvented herself as a yummy mummy.
The dress bizarrely burdened Hurley with a ready-made character to play up to, which she did without overt complaint.
Historical Examples of hurley
Hurley could only stay a very short time, and the subalterns were doing their best to make it lively for him.The Deserter
Hurley'll prob'ly rave round an' tell ye ye can't, an' bawl ye out, an' raise a rookus generally, but jest stick to it.
Hurley passed an investigating hand carefully over the lower part of his face, looked at his reddened fingers, and laughed aloud.The Copperhead
Ol' Man Niles she tak' hees team an' gon' oop an' got Hurley an' de cookee, an' breeng heem to de store.
Last year Hurley inspected 'em an' so did Lon, an' they know the brands showed up big an' bright an' sassy.