American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- Marley, Robert Nesta Known as "Bob.” 1945-1981. Jamaican musician and songwriter who, with his group the Wailers, made reggae internationally popular.
- n. A surname.
- n. Jamaican singer who popularized reggae (1945-1981)
“Then there are the outdoor cats: Simon and marley like to accompany OFB and our golden, Molly, on their outdoor rounds, and Marley has been known to infiltrate the chicken coop, not in order to attempt to eat the chickens but to have a chance to eat some of the treats we feed them, such as bread and pasta.”
“My mother was unable to resist mentioning constantly that she didn't like the name Marley that my sister chose for her daughter, as it reminded her of Marley's ghost in Charles Dickens' A Christmas Carol.”
“You know, I still can hardly believe the name Marley and Daria picked.”
“Louise Marley is a recovering opera singer who writes science fiction and fantasy.”
“Aniston starred in Marley & Me alongside Owen Wilson in 2008.”
“Still, I think Bob Marley is rolling (a joint) over in his grave!”
“Other than that Marley is the only other name i can think of.”
“At the next corporate picnic, listen to what Bob Marley is singing.”
“Jennifer and Owen play husband and wife in Marley and me-not brother and sister … this is going to be a great movie.”
“Owen Wilson and Jennifer Aniston play the human companions, but Marley is the star of this show.”
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