Tralee

[ truh-lee ]

noun
  1. a city in and the county seat of Kerry, in the SW Republic of Ireland.

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How to use Tralee in a sentence

  • "There was old Tim at Tralee," and he painted old Tim for me in a few swift strokes—red nose, creaking legs, and all.

  • What though his nose was red and his legs creaked, Tralee is no longer worth visiting, because Tim is not there.

  • The three young men had halted at the hedge tavern at Brocktown, where their road ran out of the road to Tralee.

    The Wild Geese | Stanley John Weyman
  • But if he'll be so quick with his tongue in Tralee Market, he'll chance on one here and there that he'll not blarney so easily!

    The Wild Geese | Stanley John Weyman
  • The town of Tralee lies about three miles from the harbour pier.

British Dictionary definitions for Tralee

Tralee

/ (trəˈliː) /


noun
  1. a market town in SW Republic of Ireland, county town of Kerry, near Tralee Bay (an inlet of the Atlantic). Pop: 21 987 (2002)

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