from The Century Dictionary.
- noun An obsolete form of
- Without horns; polled.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- noun (Bot.) See
- adjective Prov. Eng. Without horns; polled.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.
- adjective UK, dialect Without
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As Sarah Palin might say: How ' s that multi-poley stuff workin ' out for ya?
Teh fun iz when kitteh inbites teh poley catz frum aowtsied inna haws fur noms.
Even if it seems they have been attacked into dormancy like a rolly-poley protectively curled, and even if this current administration were to become a force of tyrannical oppression, Faith, Hope, and Love will remain and have their way.
I don't know; tomorrow I may back to my frustrated growling, howling, ululating madly as a Mad Hatter at that big-eyed, roley-poley, FULL-ASS moon.
My charm was in my roley-poley shape I suppose and had nothing to do with any sexual appeal I had as a thin man.
Having started again we came one and a quarter miles over rich downs very much overrun with roley-poley.
At 11 came east-south-east across a plain to some extent overrun with roley-poley to a deep stream flowing to the north.
All the country we have seen today is well grassed with the exception of a few plains overrun with roley-poley.
Some of the flats were covered with roley-poley but the rest of the country was grassed.
At 4.15 came south-west and by south one and a half miles over level country covered with roley-poley, pigweed, saltbush, and young grass, and wooded with box and western-wood acacia to water, and encamped.