Definition of Raillies
1. railly [n] - See also: railly
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Literary usage of Raillies
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Novelist's Magazine (1783)
"raillies her brother, 875.—And Mifs Byron, 876. ... raillies Jeronymo ; and makes him 1 bout him, ibid. Becomes an excellent mother, ..."
2. The British Essayists: With Prefaces, Historical and Biographical by Alexander Chalmers (1802)
"... to vary the air of her countenance frequently raillies with the grin ; and when she has ridiculed her lover quite out of his understanding, ..."
3. The Works of Richard Hurd, Lord Bishop of Worcester by Richard Hurd (1811)
"Thus, again, he raillies Luther, for an assertion of his, delivered, it seems, with some assurance, and, in the form, as he pretends, of a prediction, ..."
4. Modern and Contemporary European History by Jacob Salwyn Schapiro (1918)
"A section of the French Catholics followed the Pope's advice and "rallied" to the Republic, forming a group in the Chamber known as the raillies; ..."