noun, plural kel·lies, kel·lys. Slang.
- kellogg, frank billings,
- kellogg-briand pact,
- kells, book of,
- kelly green,
- kelly's operation,
- kelly, ellsworth,
- kelly, gene,
- kelly, george
Origin of kelly
Examples from the Web for kelly
He stood holding his 21-month-old son, Jamison, his wife, Kelly, at his side.
“Jenny Packham has proven an ideal fit for the Duchess,” Kelly said.
Does Kelly Johana have a valid excuse for attending the party with over 60 youth between the ages of 13 and 20?Colombian Beauty Queen Arrested for Running Child Prostitution Ring|Jason Batansky|October 17, 2014|DAILY BEAST
The comparison prompted Kelly to release the terse statement: “Martha McSally is no Gabby Giffords.”
But Kelly continued with the storyline that Nolan is simply one of many Muslims living amongst us who at any time might kill you.
The brotherly business between the two prophets was coming to an end fast, and all on account of Mrs. Kelly.Cape Cod Stories|Joseph C. Lincoln
You spit in your catcher's mit, like Kelly, the ten-thousand-dollar baseball beauty.Hints to Pilgrims|Charles Stephen Brooks
Well, Doctor Kelly, when do you think the czar will be here?A Jacobite Exile|G. A. Henty
Madam hums a tune; Mrs. Herrick loses herself in her knitting; but Mr. Kelly, who is always alive, says "Eh?"Rossmoyne|Unknown
She desired a companion for her, and offered the place to Miss Kelly.Neighbors|Jacob A. Riis
common Irish surname, from Old Irish ceallach "war." As a type of pool played with 15 balls, it is attested from 1898. Kelly green first recorded 1917.