- n. Alternative form of gillie.
“A "gilly" is a man attendant in the Scottish Highlands.”
“But it is very disagreeable to an Englishman over a bottle with the Highlanders, to see every one of them have his gilly, that is, his servant, standing behind him all the while, let what will be the subject of conversation.””
“But it is very disagreeable to an Englishman over a bottle with the Highlanders, to see every one of them have his gilly, that is, his servant, standing behind him all the while, let what will be the subject of conversation. ”
“You need a treestand too. scent cover and attractants, camo, a gilly suit if you can, and some calls are also some little things to get.”
“That Sarah Palin is so tough I heard one time she dawned a gilly suit and snuck through the brush with in inches of a bull moose, reached up and twisted his nuts off with out him even knowing it, retreated to her snow machine and drove 50 miles backwards home just in time to fix dinner.”
“On November 22nd 2009, jerkygirl wrote: gilly and gullie video”
“Jump out in the road, dressed in a gilly suit, trying to scare people ...”
“Then he looked at the garden and saw that it was full of jessamine and gilly flowers and violets and roses and orange blossoms and all manner sweet-scented blooms and herbs.”
“Round about it were roses and narcissus and amaranths and gilly-flowers and chamomiles and white lilies and violets, and other flowers of all kinds and colours.”
“And then, if you have sense, you will turn and talk to the great giant of a gilly who lies basking on the stone beside you.”
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