Definition of Trawley

1. a small truck or car for conveying material [n -LEYS]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Trawley

travis
travises
travois
travoise
travoises
trawl
trawl line
trawl net
trawlboat
trawlboats
trawled
trawler
trawlerman
trawlermen
trawlers
trawley (current term)
trawleys
trawling
trawlings
trawlnet
trawlnets
trawls
trawlwarp
trawlwarps
trax
traxanox
tray
tray-table
tray-trip
tray bon

Literary usage of Trawley

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1. George Eliot's Works by George Eliot (1894)
"You remember trawley, who shared your apartment at Paris for some time ? ... By the way," he said, " what has become of trawley ? I have quite lost sight of ..."

2. The Publications of the Harleian Society by Harleian Society (1891)
"... s. of Henry Parker April 6 Grace d. of Bryan Pattison April 9 Thomas s. of William trawley April 6 Thomas Wooters, a water bearer ..."

3. Sir Charles Wyndham: A Biography by Thomas Edgar Pemberton (1904)
"but the author, dismissing romance rather mercilessly, adds : " Poetical justice could not be awarded to the loves of Mr. David Garrick and Miss Ada trawley ..."

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