Definition of Connolly
1. Noun. United States tennis player who was the first woman to win the United States, British, French, and Australian championships in the same year (1953) (1934-1969).
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Literary usage of Connolly
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1. Our Short Story Writers by Blanche Colton Williams (1920)
"CHAPTER VI JAMES BRENDAN connolly THOSE who respond to the call of the sea find in the stories of James Brendan connolly a peculiar satisfaction and delight ..."
2. The Canadian Portrait Gallery by John Charles Dent (1880)
"THOMAS LOUIS connolly. THE late Archbishop connolly was born in the City of Cork, Ireland, in 1814. His parents, though obscure, were frugal, worthy people. ..."