Definition of Keelies

1. Noun. (plural of keelie) ¹



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Definition of Keelies

1. keelie [n] - See also: keelie

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Keelies

keeled
keeled chest
keeled garlic
keeled over
keeler
keelers
keelhale
keelhaled
keelhales
keelhaling
keelhaul
keelhauled
keelhauling
keelhauls
keelie
keelies (current term)
keeling
keelings
keelless
keelman
keelmen
keels
keelson
keelsons
keelyvine pen
keema
keen
keen-sighted
keen-witted
keen as mustard

Literary usage of Keelies

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1. Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine (1890)
"... especially to children.1 This is quite opposed to statements of Mr W. Chambers, and probably true—though he no doubt hated street-boys, or keelies, ..."

2. Spare Hours by John Brown (1865)
"... made no progress in his education there ; was annoyed by the wicked,boys, or keelies, as he called them, and found his way back to Manor and Woodhouse. ..."

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