American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- Fleury, André Hercule de 1653-1743. French prelate and politician who became a cardinal in 1726 and served as prime minister (1726-1743) under Louis XV.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In heraldry, decorated with a fleur-de-lis, or with the upper part of the flower only—that is, with the cross-bar and the three large leaves that rise above it, with or without the seed-stems. Also flory, flurry, floretty, and flourished.
GNU Webster's 1913
- adj. (Her.) Finished at the ends with fleurs-de-lis; -- said esp. of a cross so decorated.
“Brodeur's credentials speak for themselves and Fleury is a confident young player, only five months removed from a Stanley Cup championship.”
“Cammalleri opened the scoring when he took Tomas Plekanec's (FSY) return pass and fired a shot past Fleury from the right circle.”
“Fleury is more experienced than he was entering last spring's playoffs and Staal is an improved player.”
“Fleury is one of two 2010 playoff goalies with a Stanley Cup ring.”
“Cammalleri, who opened the scoring 1: 13 in, drew the Canadiens even 10: 45 into the middle period when he put a backhand past goalie Marc-Andre Fleury from the slot for his second of the game.”
“Marc-Andre Fleury is an outstanding goalie who can win it for the Penguins.”
“After taking a feed from Paille, Kotalik went in alone on Fleury from the blue line and wristed a shot from the slot over the goalie's glove hand.”
“Fleury is 11-2-1 since returning Feb. 28 from a nearly three-month layoff with a badly sprained ankle.”
“With 7: 15 left in the second, Jagr whipped a shot past Marc-Andre Fleury from the slot as he absorbed a high, heavy hit from Brooks Orpik.”
“Fleury is listed as day-to-day, but was wearing a walking boot in the press box. ...”
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