Definition of Pearl Bailey
1. Noun. United States singer (1918-1990).
Lexicographical Neighbors of Pearl Bailey
Literary usage of Pearl Bailey
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Jazz on Film and Video in the Library of Congress by Rebecca D. Clear (1994)
"VBF 4973 An episode of the interview series which probes the career of Pearl Bailey. Greg Jackson, the interviewer, remains anonymous and offscreen to focus ..."
2. The Journal of Home Economics by American Home Economics Association (1915)
"By Pearl Bailey. St. Paul: Webb Publishing Company, 1914, pp. 343. $1. By mail of the Journal, $1.12. In Domestic Science Principles and Application, ..."
3. Index to Fairy Tales, Myths and Legends by Mary Huse Eastman (1915)
"Pearl. Bailey. Stories and rhymes for a child. Pears and the pudding. See Bear's bad bargain. Peasant and the apple tree. ^Esop. Fables (Stickney). ..."
4. The Virginia Handbook by Blair Howard, Mary K. Burnham, Bill Burnham (2005)
"<• Virginia-born performers include singers Pearl Bailey and Ella Fitzgerald (Newport News), rapper Missy Elliot (Portsmouth) and actors Tim Reid (Norfolk) ..."
5. The Homoeopathic domestic medicine by Joseph Laurie (1883)
"The only drinks which can be allowed are water, or toast-water, or water which has been softened by being strained oft' scalded groats or pearl bailey, ..."
6. Wisdom for the Soul: Five Millennia of Prescriptions for Spiritual Healing by Larry Chang (2006)
"Pearl Bailey, 1918-1990- The Raw Pearl, 1968 Too many people overvalue what they are not and undervalue what they are. - Malcolm S. Forbes, 1919-1990 ..."