Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A sound; a strait: often used in the plural: as, the Kyles of Bute.
- n. A lamp of primitive pattern, designed to be suspended in an open fireplace.
- From several places in Scotland and Northern Ireland, derived from Gaelic caol, narrows. (Wiktionary)
“FROM THE CITY OF KYLE: Kyle, TX - Kyle police are asking for the public's assistance in locating a man believed to be in a taxi cab when Gheng Weng, a University of Texas student, either fell or jumped out of the cab onto IH35.”
“In other words, it made her so furious there were times she hated the very mention of the name Kyle Parker.”
“Natalie laughed at the word Kyle and the boys had made up together, a combination of “stupendous” and “terrific.””
“Catwoman/Selina Kyle is a great character with so many possibilities both as a villain and a hero.”
“Put the ball in Kyle Korver's hands at the three-point line in the fourth quarter.”
“Kyle is a young American whose father is helping to rebuild the country.”
“Just when it seems he's close to learning the truth about his father and the murder, Kyle is reminded of that old adage "be careful what you wish for.”
“Kyle is a wonderful guide and he's on THE best wild rainbow stream in the Midwest.”
“Seems like everybody except Kyle is wearing their orginal uniform with only a few alterations and more modern hairsyltes:”
“I am a college student and i like it, but Kyle is right.”
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