Definition of Dallied

1. Verb. (past of dally) ¹



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Definition of Dallied

1. dally [v] - See also: dally

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Dallied

daleth
daleths
dalfampridine
dalfopristin
dalgite
dalgites
daliance
daliaunce
dalis
dalk
dalks
dalle
dalles
dalliances
dallied (current term)
dallier
dalliers
dallies
dallop
dallops
dallying
dalmahoy
dalmahoys
dalmania
dalmatian
dalmatians

Literary usage of Dallied

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1. Heroes and Heroines of Fiction, Classical MediƦval, Legendary: Famous by William Shepard Walsh (1915)
"For eight years he dallied with her, then left the island on a raft, to be again shipwrecked on another island, where he was discovered by Nausicaa, ..."

2. University Addresses by William Watts Folwell (1909)
"or because the teacher lacked ability to stimulate them to action, the regents dallied and temporized, and gave the most important department in their care ..."

3. Why They Married by James Montgomery Flagg (1906)
"Mr. Butterfly Flitter was handsome and gay, Why, he'd ne'er given marriage a thought, But he dallied too long by a flower one day, And before he could flit ..."

4. Plays and Lyrics by Cale Young Rice (1906)
"You dallied and delayed ? David. My lord, delayed ? Saul. Do not smile wonder, ... You have not; you have dallied. (Motions rest out.) You have dallied. ..."

5. The Connoisseur by George Colman, B. Thornton (1904)
"Yet Elizabeth dallied and dallied, driving all concerned nearly frantic, and finally demanded such terms as she knew must make the marriage impossible. ..."

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