Lexicographical Neighbors of Parkly
Literary usage of Parkly
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Toilers of the Home: The Record of a College Woman's Experience as a by Lillian Pettengill (1903)
"I always have an ice-chest of my own upstairs," explained Miss parkly. ... But Miss parkly held that labour shared is sorrow divided. ..."
2. Statutes of the colleges of Oxford: with royal patents of foundation by University of Oxford (1853)
"... due and payable of and for a certain close of mine called parkly lone, ... yearly out of the rent of and for the said close called parkly lone, or, ..."
3. Statutes of the Colleges of Oxford: With Royal Patents of Foundation by University of Oxford (1853)
"... of mine called parkly lone, in th . said parish of St. Peter's, ... such bread yearly out of the rent of and for the said close called parkly lone, or, ..."
4. The Encyclopaedia Britannica: A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, and General by Thomas Spencer Baynes (1888)
"Trap dykes rise through the strata and run in an east and west direction, one of which can be traced for 4 miles between parkly Craigs and the Avon. ..."