[ rig-lee ]

  1. William, Jr., 1861–1932, U.S. chewing-gum manufacturer and baseball team owner.

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How to use Wrigley in a sentence

  • It does not help that he once misspelled he name of Cub former star Ryne Sandberg and gave the wrong address for Wrigley Field.

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  • Mrs. Wrigley informs me that her father had no knowledge of the origin of the word, but found it in verbal use when he wrote.

  • The Wrigley had made her last up-stream voyage for the year, and was daily expected from Fort Smith.

  • As a mathematical instructor I imagine Wrigley was a good drillmaster rather than an inspiring teacher.

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  • The Wrigley home was four blocks away, and Chester, once out of sight of his own home, became meditative.

  • Most fortunate Mrs. Wrigley—to have encountered Philip in that hour, which she deemed the blackest in her life.

    The King of Diamonds | Louis Tracy