noun, plural tril·bies. Chiefly British.
Origin of trilby
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But our friends did not think it necessary to reveal that she was "la grande Trilby."Trilby|George Du Maurier
The "boom" of Trilby, we are told, surprised du Maurier immensely, for he had not taken himself au sérieux as a novelist.
Trilby was a name that had long lain perdu somewhere "at the back of du Maurier's head."
The hypnotism in 'Trilby' was perhaps a journalist's idea, that subject being much talked of at the time the book was written.
Mr. du Maurier has rich endowment of all these gifts, which shine on every page of Trilby.