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Pelly

[pel-ee]
noun
  1. a river in SE Yukon Territory, Canada, flowing NW to the Yukon River. 330 miles (530 km) long.
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  • By this day and this light, the fellow has mettle enough in his pelly.

    King Henry the Fifth

    William Shakespeare

  • She knew all about this sort of thing, though Mr. Pelly didn't.

    A Likely Story

    William De Morgan

  • "A—it isn't a subject I profess to understand much about," said Mr. Pelly.

    A Likely Story

    William De Morgan

  • Mr. Pelly was dumbfounded at the unreasonableness of the position.

    A Likely Story

    William De Morgan

  • Mr. Pelly entirely concurred in the view that the whole thing was a dream.

    A Likely Story

    William De Morgan