Definitions

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  • proper noun A female given name, variant of Kelly.

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Examples

  • My cousin Kellie, who is almost exactly my age, got to know her grandmother as an adult.

    Barnstorming on an Invisible Segway

  • So what happened in that time period when no one called Kellie, no one told her about the discovery of the car, and the car was not treated as a crime scene to start with?

    CNN Transcript Jul 4, 2005

  • Don’t misunderstand me, I’m not saying Kellie will be the next to go after Melissa, Kevin and Bucky — just that when I look at the remaining 9, Kellie is the one I think has the least chance of winning (followed by Paris and Elliott – I’m weighing several factors).

    AI5 – Round 3 Results

  • Kellie is starting to irritate me with her pseudo-perkiness … I’m not sure if she’s really that airheaded/sweet, or if it’s an act … but it’s starting to feel like the latter.

    AI5 – Round of 11

  • For more details or to sign-up to a class, please call Kellie on 07985700879 or email kellie@jellybellypt.com

    London SE1 community website

  • A customer identified in court documents as T.C. said she received a profile of a match named "Kellie" from one of the sites, Executive Lesbian Dating, contacted "Kellie" through a gmail. com address provided and received this response:

    Latest News - UPI.com

  • 'Kellie' is a longer-length tank top with double straps & lots of detailing, including satin piping & some cute little ruffles along the front.

    Fashion World of SL

  • "Kellie" of Microsoft (perhaps Kellie Eickmeyer, IE lead program manager) replied that the bug fixes would be posted "when the RC build is released."

    Visual Studio Magazine Online | News

  • "Kellie" of Microsoft (perhaps Kellie Eickmeyer, IE lead program manager) replied that the bug fixes would be posted "when the RC build is released."

    ENT News Online | News

  • Kellie Jones, curator of the Hammer's show, said Mr. Outterbridge's use of ordinary materials to address sophisticated issues feels "relevant" to audiences today.

    A Sculptor, 78, Becomes a Star in L.A.

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