Definition of Agley

1. adv. Aside; askew.



Definition of Agley

1. Adverb. (chiefly Scotland) Wrong in the sense of awry, askew, amiss, or distorted. ¹

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Definition of Agley

1. awry [adv] - See also: awry

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Agley

agito
agitographia
agitolalia
agitophasia
agitpop
agitprop
agitprops
agkistrodon
aglaonema
aglaonemas
aglare
agleam
aglee
aglet
aglets
agley (current term)
aglimmer
aglint
agliophobia
aglitter
aglitter(p)
aglobulia
aglobuliosis
aglobulism
aglomerular
aglossal
aglow

Literary usage of Agley

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1. Glimpses of Real Life as Seen in the Theatrical World and in Bohemia: Being by James Glass Bertram (1864)
"CONTAINS ONE MORE EXEMPLIFICATION OF THE OLD PRO- VERB, THAT " THE BEST-LAID SCHEMES 0* MICE AND MEN GANG AFT agley." ON my arrival at the scene of (as I ..."

2. The cruise of the Snowbird by Gordon Stables, William Gordon Stables (1882)
"WHAT'S 'agley'?" asked Rory of Allan, on the morning after the great snowfall. " What is what?" Allan replied, looking at his friend in some surprise. ..."

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