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