Orly

[ awr-lee; French awr-lee ]

noun
  1. a suburb SE of Paris, France: international airport.

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How to use Orly in a sentence

  • "Well, it is true as that the sun shines in the sky," added Orly; and there was an expression of disgust on his face.

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  • "We may as well let the cat out of the bag first as last, for she will scratch her way out very soon," replied Orly.

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  • "Mother and the girls are going back to Derry as soon as she can get money enough to pay the bills," said Orly in a low voice.

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  • It provoked him to wrath, and in a fit of desperation he spoke out to him as plainly as Orly could have done it.

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British Dictionary definitions for Orly

Orly

/ (ˈɔːliː, French ɔrli) /


noun
  1. a suburb of SE Paris, France, with an international airport

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