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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. '

    Despair's Last Journey

  • “Aha! thees eies not fair blay, you vant to shvindle your son!” cried the Alsacien.

    Eve and David

  • Right when I was almost ready to turn off the comments moderation on this here og-blay ...

    More about you-know-what

  • I chust blay und blay, und maybe you should listen, yes?

    Astounding Stories of Super-Science February 1930

  • 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!"

    Stage Confidences

  • 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.

    Despair's Last Journey

  • I can write a blay, ant I can stage id, ant I can baint the scenery for id.

    Despair's Last Journey

  • Here is efery blay-pill that has ever been issued at Her Majesty's Theatre from the time it vas opened until now. '

    Despair's Last Journey

  • 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!"

    The Bent Twig

  • He said, 'Me, I holiday; me, I not blay when I holiday.'

    The Shagganappi


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    December 11, 2013