noun, plural sal·lies.
verb (used without object), sal·lied, sal·ly·ing.
Origin of sally
Related formssal·li·er, nounout·sal·ly, verb (used with object), out·sal·lied, out·sal·ly·ing.un·sal·ly·ing, adjective
Definition for sally (2 of 2)
Examples from the Web for sally
KSM enters the complex through a “Sally Port,” a series of gates designed to allow just one vehicle in at a time.
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.
My father lost his last surviving sibling, my Aunt Sally, in 2007.Tom Sizemore’s Revenge: On Tom Cruise’s Scientology Recruitment, Drugs, and Craving a Comeback|Marlow Stern|September 26, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Gray Peter had been fresher than Sally at the end of the run of the day before.Way of the Lawless|Max Brand
Sally made no reply, but sat down on the bed and gazed out of the window at nothing in particular.Concerning Sally|William John Hopkins
Then, when the invalid was so far reinstated that he was fit to be moved safely, Sally went away too, for a change.Somehow Good|William de Morgan
The woman motioned to her to come nearer, and then she said to the youths: This is my daughter, Sally Hart.The Dare Boys in Virginia|Stephen Angus Cox
They talked further, Sally once again in a state of delight, and Gaga inclined to be repetitious.Coquette|Frank Swinnerton