Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun A die. Dalies were not precisely like modern dice, but in some examples had letters on the six sides.
  • noun plural A game played with such dice.

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  • proper noun A surname.

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Examples

  • The huge sign on his RV read, "JOHN DALY MERCHANDISE SOLD HERE," and not too far from the club's players entrance, Daly played the Masters from the green tees - cash only - offering his array of items.

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  • The huge sign on his RV read, "JOHN DALY MERCHANDISE SOLD HERE," and not too far from the club's players entrance, Daly played the Masters from the green tees - cash only - offering his array of items.

    JSOnline.com

  • The huge sign on his RV read, "JOHN DALY MERCHANDISE SOLD HERE," and not too far from the club's players entrance, Daly played the Masters from the green tees - cash only - offering his array of items.

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  • Evolutionary Psychologists Margo Wilson and Martin Daly of McMaster University assert that intra-species violence was probably adaptive (helped our ancestors propagate their genes) in our far distant past.

    Eric Haseltine: Changing Your Brain's Factory Settings

  • Evolutionary Psychologists Margo Wilson and Martin Daly of McMaster University assert that intra-species violence was probably adaptive (helped our ancestors propagate their genes) in our far distant past.

    Eric Haseltine: Changing Your Brain's Factory Settings

  • Erin Daly, a Widener professor who specializes in constitutional law, said that while there are questions about what counts as government promotion of religion, there is little debate over whether the First Amendment prohibits the federal government from making laws establishing religion.

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  • Evolutionary Psychologists Margo Wilson and Martin Daly of McMaster University assert that intra-species violence was probably adaptive (helped our ancestors propagate their genes) in our far distant past.

    Eric Haseltine: Changing Your Brain's Factory Settings

  • Evolutionary Psychologists Margo Wilson and Martin Daly of McMaster University assert that intra-species violence was probably adaptive (helped our ancestors propagate their genes) in our far distant past.

    Eric Haseltine: Changing Your Brain's Factory Settings

  • Evolutionary Psychologists Margo Wilson and Martin Daly of McMaster University assert that intra-species violence was probably adaptive (helped our ancestors propagate their genes) in our far distant past.

    Eric Haseltine: Changing Your Brain's Factory Settings

  • Evolutionary Psychologists Margo Wilson and Martin Daly of McMaster University assert that intra-species violence was probably adaptive (helped our ancestors propagate their genes) in our far distant past.

    Eric Haseltine: Changing Your Brain's Factory Settings

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