- n. A stick used in the game of hurling.
- n. Another term for hurling.
- From hurl. (Wiktionary)
“We know jack visiting hurley is in the future but before jack’s beard.”
“His ease with the hurley was the first thing she noticed, along with his physical beauty, the pleasing proportions of his frame.”
“Hurling gear consists of a helmet, a wooden stick made of ash called a hurley, and a ball called a sliotar.”
“Andrew Aiello just miles and hurley which is a bit odd indeed.”
“Nevertheless, we borrowed a little "hurley," or handcart, from the baker's girl opposite, who certainly bore no malice.”
“We are advised not to play since the sticks they use "hurley" are held above their heads and they use them to stop people from catching the ball in the air, thus broken fingers and hands are VERY easy to occure.”
“Even Donnacha had managed to get on the bus and he had never held a hurley in his life.”
“So what else got covered -- there was the pint, the hurley and... oh yes...”
“With the hurley, Obama has taken the lead in the arms race with John Boehner and his super-sized gavel.”
“Always appreciate a shout-out to Ms. Lion ... seth hurley”
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