Crossword clues for pally
The Collaborative International Dictionary
pally \pal"ly\ adj. Having the relationship of friends or pals; -- used colloquially.
Syn: chummy, matey, palsy-walsy.
a. Like a pal; friendly. n. 1 (context US English) An affectionate term of address. 2 (context US Australia English) A slightly derogatory and insulting term of address.
Usage examples of "pally".
Everything had the sound of money: the nervous laughter that rang like clinking credits, the electric babble that rose and fell with the familiar rhythm of market-day bartering all over the galaxy, the voices of bartenders and waitresses selling eyeblasters and pallies at prices ten times normal.
Keith's tone was mawkishly pally, seeming to offer the commiserations due to a shared burden (faulty household appliances.
Between the two of them, from what I can tell, Guthrie and Pallier have managed to dodge every feeler sent our way as if they were virgins dodging a lecher's gropes.
Between the two of them, from what I can tell, Guthrie and Pallier have managed to dodge every feeler sent our way as if they were virgins dodging a lecher’s gropes.