American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- Sully, Duc de. Title of Maximilien de Béthune. 1560-1641. French politician. As chief minister to Henry IV, he replenished the treasury and encouraged agriculture and industry.
- Sully, Thomas 1783-1872. British-born American painter of portraits and historical scenes, such as Washington's Passage of the Delaware (c. 1818).
“Neo/Jake Sully is an ordinary guy who doesnt consider himself special but gets launched into a world whete it turns out he is amazingly amazing and saves the friendly natives from the man (the machines/corporation).”
“From Stephen Colbert and Steve Carell's belated tribute to Captain Sully Sullenberger to Tina Fey's swimsuit calendar, there were plenty of great comedy moments on the show.”
“A young Marine grunt Jake Sully is chosen to command one of those Avatars and infiltrate the aliens.”
“Remember the scene in Avatar when Sully is riding on the back of the dragon through the skies of Pandora?”
“How the opposite became such a common assumption that we automatically know Sully is saying the opposite, that the Democrats are the “moochers and losers” is really, when you think about, quite strange.”
“Without partiality or bias, Sully is on the lookout for any and all jokes making fun of the names of French people who try to ape American redneck jingoism.”
“A soldier, Jake Sully, is elected to join the Avatar program and learn their ways so that he might convince them to relocate.”
“Is this because they used they called Sully "marine" and wore camo?”
“Sully is a wonderful author with more stories than a thousand books stored in his head, and he ranks (to my knowledge) as the only Pulitzer Prize nominated author who calls me friend … (If some of you are Pulitzer nominees and were just too shy to mention it, forgive the slight (grin))”
“This was the call Sully had been dreading, ever since learning of Andre Sullivan's occupation.”
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