Schley

[ slahy ]

noun
  1. Win·field Scott [win-feeld], /ˈwɪnˌfild/, 1839–1911, U.S. rear admiral.

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How to use Schley in a sentence

  • No wonder you get chances to haul such nobs as Lilioukalani and Schley and Dewey, and cut out ninety miles an hour on tangents.

    The Nerve of Foley | Frank H. Spearman
  • The nut is so very fine, however, that no southern grove of pecans is complete without a fair percentage of "Schley" trees.

  • I do not know the exact strength of Sampson's and Schley's combined fleets, but this seems to me to be a conservative estimate.

    Campaigning in Cuba | George Kennan
  • Pimpernel Schley was alone, but she moved as if she were leading a quiet procession of vestal virgins.

    The Woman With The Fan | Robert Hichens
  • Of all the women gathered there Pimpernel Schley and herself were nearest akin in appearance.

    The Woman With The Fan | Robert Hichens