American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. Informal The authentic thing or quality; something that is not an imitation or substitute: This gem is the real McCoy.
- Alteration of earlier McKay, probably from Scots, good unadulterated whiskey. (American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition)
“McCoy is an up-the-middle disruptor who freed things up for Oklahoma's defensive ends.”
“No. 2 pick LeSean McCoy is primed for a complementary role.”
“* LeSean McCoy, Pittsburgh, 5-11, 204: McCoy is an elusive runner with lateral moves that are entertaining for fans and frustrating for defenders.”
“We don't do well historically in prime time or going west, and we're missing a lot of guys (Vick, Asante Samuel, Riley Cooper, in addition to the guys who are out for the season) - and LeSean McCoy is playing with a broken rib.”
“Second-year player LeSean McCoy is the Eagles 'new featured back.”
“Back at the prison we see that Benyon came through, and McCoy is being released.”
“RB LeSean McCoy is much like Brian Westbrook in style and should adapt quickly to the Eagles Offense.”
“On pp. 245-6 of her biography of Robert Parker, Elin McCoy provides some details.”
“Hear me now: Colt McCoy is going to be at least twice as good as Bradford.”
“Colt McCoy is a winner," said NFL Network analyst Brian Billick said.”
‘McCoy’ hasn't been added to any lists yet.
Looking for tweets for McCoy.