Origin of telly
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How to use telly in a sentence
McShera, who plays Daisy, later confides in me in New York that she calls Nicol her “telly mummy.”‘Downton Abbey’: My Tea With Mrs. Patmore, Lesley Nicol|Jace Lacob|December 21, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Obama held up his hand like he was pointing a remote control at the telly.Fatherly Obama’s Charm Turns Patronizing on Visit to ‘The View’|Michelle Cottle|May 16, 2012|DAILY BEAST
When they are in Anglesey, they stay in and watch telly at night.Princess Catherine (née Kate Middleton) Turns 30 With Grace|Tom Sykes|January 9, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Obviously, former pols with less to lose are going to be freer to mix it up on the telly.Good Politicians Are Bad TV|Michelle Cottle|January 28, 2011|DAILY BEAST
So if they said, you know, I want to be on the telly, I would say, 'Oh boys mummy did that.'Reality TV's Tragedy|Sarah Horne|February 27, 2009|DAILY BEAST
"I will gladly show you what I have done," replied Telly simply, and there the conversation ended.
Albert and Telly arose with the rest, and the girl at the organ began to chase the slow tune up and down the keys.
Then turning to Telly he added: "I can then feel easy in my mind, and shall enjoy looking over your paintings."
It was an awkward position for Telly, and one that she had never before been called upon to fill.
Telly sat on the boat's cushions in a shady nook and watched Albert finish his sketch and then listened to his talk.