How to use stoney in a sentence
But stoney, who has 116 caps for England, is now the most high-profile active gay footballer in England.England’s Women’s Soccer Captain Casey Stoney Comes Out | The Telegraph | February 12, 2014 | THE DAILY BEAST
The only character in A Week in Winter who fails to recognize this is sent packing from stoney House.
Anderson did have another longtime friend, stoney Curtis of Lethal Hardcore, a company where Anderson did most of his work.
Santorum said to the hundreds of people at his victory party in the stoney Creek Inn in Johnston, Iowa.Santorum Wins Big Just by Exceeding Campaign Expectations in Iowa | Patricia Murphy | January 4, 2012 | THE DAILY BEAST
Justin stoney, a vocal coach to Broadway actors, also judges her favorably.
Mariel's eyes shifted momentarily to Prex's stoney face, then back to Shandor, ghosts of fear creeping across his face.Bear Trap | Alan Edward Nourse
Carney knew enough stoney to make himself understood, for he had hunted much with the tribe.Bulldog Carney | W. A. Fraser
The grizzly was peeved, for the stoney had peppered a couple of silly bullets into the brute's shoulder.Bulldog Carney | W. A. Fraser
Briggs was nicknamed the "stoney," because his brains were petrified by the constant dropping of wisdom upon them.Character Sketches of Romance, Fiction and the Drama, Vol 1 | The Rev. E. Cobham Brewer, LL.D.
At four o'clock we left this pleasing scene, and ascended a high mountain by a desperately stoney road, on the edge of precipices.Diaries of Sir Moses and Lady Montefiore, Volume I | Sir Moses Montefiore
British Dictionary definitions for Stoney
a member of a Native Canadian people of Alberta
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