noun, plural ki·leys. Australian.
noun, plural ky·lies. Australian.
Origin of kylie
Examples from the Web for kiley
The Kiley has always informed my music—particularly my solo stuff, because I had a rock band.Jenny Lewis on 'The Voyager,' the End of Rilo Kiley, and High School Classmate Angelina Jolie|Marlow Stern|August 17, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Before Kiley was born, they did not realize they were both silent carriers of the gene that causes the condition.
He looked beyond all this to the long drab-coloured stretch of road that led to Kiley's, watching for the mailboy's arrival.
Perhaps as fine a sight as can be seen in the whole circle of native sports is the killing cockatoos with the kiley, or boomerang.
They had no weapon, save one kiley or boomerang, and bowed down until they almost kissed the water.
He went out and found in the yard one of the telegraph operators from Kiley's, on a smoking horse.
One of them had a kiley, or boomerang, and each carried a rude hatchet of stone.