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Indy

[in-dee]Informal.
noun
  1. Indianapolis, Ind.
  2. the Indianapolis 500.
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adjective
  1. of or relating to the Indianapolis 500: an Indy race car.
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Origin of Indy

d'Indy

[dan-dee]
noun
  1. Vin·cent [van-sahn] /vɛ̃ˈsɑ̃/. Indy, d'.
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Indy, d'

[dan-dee]
noun
  1. Vin·cent [van-sahn] /vɛ̃ˈsɑ̃/, 1851–1931, French composer.
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Historical Examples of indy

  • There—do you see that fat man that's just going out—him as has got on the Indy 'ankycher?

  • On the other side of the mast, Indy was sleeping with her head upon her breast.

    The Happy End

    Joseph Hergesheimer

  • It wouldn't be safe to leave Rosemary Roselle alone here with Indy.

    The Happy End

    Joseph Hergesheimer

  • It was the colored woman—the Indy of the essay—quivering with anger and fear.

    The Happy End

    Joseph Hergesheimer

  • Such weather must be terrible bad for a young chap just come from a fiery nation like Indy; hey, naibour Cannister?'


British Dictionary definitions for indy

Indy

noun
  1. See d'Indy
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d'Indy

noun
  1. (Paul Marie Theodore) Vincent (vɛ̃sɔ̃). 1851–1931, French composer. His works include operas, chamber music, and the Symphony on a French Mountaineer's Song (1866)
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