Kelsey

[ kel-see ]

noun
  1. a male or female given name.

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How to use Kelsey in a sentence

  • Ballads were sung by the Kelsey Minstrels,—so named from their leader, a clerk at head-quarters.

  • Helen Kelsey Fox, like so many of our talented men and women, has a European strain in her blood.

    The Merry-Go-Round | Carl Van Vechten
  • Mrs. Kelsey stood before the glass, a deep flush on her cheeks and tears rolling down her face.

    Across the Years | Eleanor H. Porter
  • Mrs. Kelsey insisted that Alma should go about her sketching, leaving the housework for her own hands to perform.

    Across the Years | Eleanor H. Porter
  • "And you are a lucky young man," declared Jane Kelsey, who had also promised two.

    The Portygee | Joseph Crosby Lincoln