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- n. The bleak (fish).
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. A fish. See bleak, n.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A local English name of the bleak.
- n. Same as blae.
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a storypook, or a folume of boedry; but a blay is a very different greation. '
“Aha! thees eies not fair blay, you vant to shvindle your son!” cried the Alsacien.
Right when I was almost ready to turn off the comments moderation on this here og-blay ...
I chust blay und blay, und maybe you should listen, yes?
And while the people rocked back and forth with laughter, an usher led the excited German out, declaring all the way that "A blay vas a blay, but somedings might be dangerous even in a blay! unt dat ting vat he saw should be stobbed alreaty!"
I will haf your bromise, your sacred wort of honour, before I will gollaborate again, that you will no more blay with me these farces.
I can write a blay, ant I can stage id, ant I can baint the scenery for id.
Here is efery blay-pill that has ever been issued at Her Majesty's Theatre from the time it vas opened until now. '
With a glance of adoration at the visitor, he added impressively what to his mind evidently signified some profoundly significant tribute, "Dis night we shall blay only Schubert!"
He said, 'Me, I holiday; me, I not blay when I holiday.'