Dilly In A Sentence

Definition of Dilly

Redolent of dill (the spice). | (dated) A kind of stagecoach.

How To Use Dilly In A Sentence?

  • And he had planned such great things, and had meant to make Dilly a millionaire!
  • The rest of the day seemed to Dilly like a confused though not an unfamiliar dream.
  • Now, Dilly worked fast and steadily, lest some human thing should come upon her.
  • The bank ain't got the cards to call Dilly now, for his note ain't due till near Christmas.
  • When Dilly had just gone to sleep in her cot a frightening figure crept into her room and turned on the electric light.
  • The still afternoon settled down in its grooves of beauty, and its very loveliness gave Dilly a pain at the heart.
  • Meanwhile Dilly was to pack up the few family effects she could afford to keep, and the rest would go by auction.
  • But to Dilly he bore even a more subtile distinction than in that far-away time; he had ripened into something harmonizing with her own years.
  • Archie she regarded almost as her greatest friend, Dilly as a pet; for both she had the strongest feeling that a mother could have.
  • But now Dilly saw her without the pathetic bravery of her silken gown which was never worn, and knew her for a woman serene and glad.
  • He came forward a little, and held out both hands; but Dilly did not take them, and he dropped the left one.

Short & Simple Example Sentence For Dilly | Dilly Sentence

  • That you might drink, dilly dilly, when you are dry.
  • Who told you so, dilly dilly, pray tell me why?
  • But Dilly withdrew a little from his touch.
  • He was smiling, and Dilly met the glance, half fascinated.
  • And somehow Dilly knew now that she was of those who overcome.
  • For he had not meant that Dilly should fence any land just yet.
  • It seemed to Dilly that she could not make haste enough to be there.
  • She included them both in a neighborly glance, and Dilly was very grateful.
  • And suddenly Dilly was aware that the Joyces were all about her.
  • In Vincy's opinion it served Dilly jolly well right.

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