Definitions

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  • proper noun A surname.

Etymologies

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Of Old French origin.

Examples

  • Iversen called Vasey for help and Doc Rubio jumped to Iversen's boat and started working on the wounded.

    Op For

  • Iversen called Vasey for help and Doc Rubio jumped to Iversen's boat and started working on the wounded.

    Op For

  • Whitby is recognisable, but surreally different, in the same way that some Pennine towns might be superficially redolent of the League of Gentlemen's Royston Vasey but – thank God! – nothing so horrible.

    In praise of Brenda and Effie

  • For example, while someone like Vasey (pp. 121-124) uses the "deepest intimacy" of the friendship of Jesus and John to affirm homosexual relationships, even he rejects the idea that Jesus and John themselves were in a homosexual relationship.

    Antigay Obama Supporter McClurkin: "God Delivered Me From Homosexuality"

  • Mohr oak and Vasey oak, both shrubby in growth form, replace the plateau live oak that is common on the Edwards Plateau.

    Ecoregions of Texas (EPA)

  • We had some fights, but nothing that wasn't normal between brothers, said Neal Vasey, the soldier's brother, during a memorial.

    October 2006 glimpses

  • While Lord Snood of Royston Vasey enjoys life in the upper house, the new MP will be patiently taught what coal is.

    A load of Milliband

  • While Lord Snood of Royston Vasey enjoys life in the upper house, the new MP will be patiently taught what coal is.

    Archive 2005-10-01

  • A beautifully crafted comment Vasey, and it's brevity shows you did not need to give it that much thought.

    Stressed at work?

  • In 1784 he ordained the preachers Whatcoat and Vasey as elders, and Dr. Thomas

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 10: Mass Music-Newman

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