Liffey

[lif-ee]
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Historical Examples of liffey

  • One of them tried a cotton-mill on the Liffey, and they burned him down.

  • I've made ten thousand or so, and every time I do that Liffey's welcome to an article.

  • She knew nothing of the letter save what Liffey had told her.

  • His profit was good, though not what it had been going to reach but for Liffey's article.

  • I was with him one day and he bought a book from an old one in Liffey street for two bob.

    Ulysses

    James Joyce


British Dictionary definitions for liffey

Liffey

noun
  1. a river in E Republic of Ireland, rising in the Wicklow Mountains and flowing west, then northeast through Dublin into Dublin Bay. Length: 80 km (50 miles)
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