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Definition of sully:

  1. Soil; tarnish; spot. See Soil.
  2. To soil; to dirt; to darken; to stain; to tarnish.
  3. To be soiled or tarnished.

Common misspellings for sully:

sulley, soully.

Sully \s(ul)-ly\

Meaning:
south meadow
Origin:
English
Details:
Sully as a boy's name is of Old English origin, and the meaning of Sully is "south meadow". Place name. Painter Thomas Sully.
Related names:
Sullivan.
Meaning:
Sly, Seely, Sill.
Variants:
Sulley, Sulleigh.

Google Ngram Viewer results for sully:

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Examples of usage for sully:

  1. Do not sully the cross and mar its operations, by your murmurs and reflections. "Letters of Madam Guyon" , P. L. Upham.
  2. If I should afflict myself on account of this experience, which was new and unexpected, I believe it would be wrong, and sully still more the soul. "Letters of Madam Guyon" , P. L. Upham.

Quotes for sully:

  1. But generally speaking, I felt to engage in the political process was to sully oneself to such a degree that whatever came out wasn't worth the trouble put in. - John Perry Barlow

Rhymes for sully:

  1. culley, cully, dully, gulley, gully, scully, tully.
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