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Definition of sally:

  1. A rushing forth of troops from a besieged place to attack the besiegers; sprightly outburst; flight; excursion; act of levity; frolic.
  2. To issue or rush out suddenly.

Common misspellings for sally:


Sally \s(al)-ly\

Sally as a girl's name is pronounced SAL-ee. It is of English origin. Variant of Sarah (Hebrew) "princess". Popular in the 18th and 20th centuries. Talk show host Sally Jessy Raphael; actress Sally Field; astronaut Sally K. Ride.
Related names:
tally, Seely, Cilly.
Sal, Salcia, Salley, Sallie, Sallee, Saletta, Salletta, Sallette, Sallianne, Sallyann.

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Examples of usage for sally:

  1. " Oh, now, Sally Uncle Ben protested. –  by
  2. Sally had no intention of being late. –  by
  3. And at the sally she came out the foremost with her halberd in her hand to pursue the chase. –  by

Quotes for sally:

  1. I had a weird situation were someone used my name to extort money from a woman. He took her for 60 or 80 thousand dollars. He is in prison now. It was on Sally.
  2. I work with Sally and I can see Sally doing that. She is very aggressive. Very fun loving and charming... and pushy in a very competitive way and a very healthy way and a very good actress.
  3. Why don't you compare me to Sally Jessy Raphael?
  4. I literally felt like a freak, which is another aspect of the role of Sally that I relate to: total outsider.
  5. I knew the words to 25 rock songs, so I got in the group. Long Tall Sally and Tutti -Frutti, that got me in. That was my audition.

Rhymes for sally:

  1. bally, dally, galley, halle, halley, lally, rally, tally, valley, verbally, cally, hally, raley, mally, salley, sallie, sallee, talley, valli, vallee, galli;
  2. alley, cali, allie, vitale, alli, alie, calley;
  3. finale, vitaly, mcnally;