Origin of sally
OTHER WORDS FROM sallysal·li·er, nounoutsally, verb (used with object), out·sal·lied, out·sal·ly·ing.un·sal·ly·ing, adjective
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How to use sally in a sentence
Anderson and Sally were using basketball as a contrast to soccer, the primary subject of their book, in which they argued persuasively that the latter is a weak-link game.
Meanwhile, if you’re wondering how Sally is doing, the woman searching for a job at the start of this episode.
For many of the software developer jobs she applied to, Sally was assessed not by a human but by artificial intelligence—in the form of services like resume screeners or video interviews.
It’s always been a part of the AP but I think Sally brings it to a greater extent.Incoming Washington Post editor Sally Buzbee eyes international expansion, reaching younger readers|Sara Guaglione|May 21, 2021|Digiday
I followed Sally’s advice and headed just a few short miles away to downtown Woodstock.
KSM enters the complex through a “Sally Port,” a series of gates designed to allow just one vehicle in at a time.
It will be the case of can the man and woman just be friends, in the answering of the question from When Harry Met Sally.From ‘The Good Wife’ to ‘The Imitation Game’: Matthew Goode Wages His Charm Offensive|Kevin Fallon|November 24, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Just try to find a mention of Sally Hemings at the Jefferson Memorial.
Sally Beauty did not respond for comment by the time this article was published.
Sally Beauty has also partnered with Susan G. Komen to sell special pink cosmetic products.
This sally drew forth a general laugh, in which Miss Watling joined as heartily as the rest.The World Before Them|Susanna Moodie
Folks are always giving the Stanleys half-worn clothes for little Sally, more than Sally can ever make use of.
“Oh, we know you are always gadding over here,” said Sally, laughing.
When I came to serve the dessert Sally was watching me with her eagle eye and her mouth watering.
Page after page—full of caustic satire, humorous sally and profound epigram—fairly bristles with merriment.The Joyous Adventures of Aristide Pujol|William J. Locke