from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Archaic Pale.
- adj. Heraldry Divided into several equal parts by perpendicular lines. Used of a field.
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- adj. vertically striped
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Pale; wanting color; dim.
- adj. Divided into four or more equal parts by perpendicular lines, and of two different tinctures disposed alternately.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In heraldry, divided into four or more equal parts by perpendicular lines: as, paly of six argent and gules.
- Pale; wanting color.
- n. Same as pale, 1.
- n. A roll of bran such as is given to hounds.
Your paly was a lvl 11 fighting, of all things, a dracolich?
Now and then the moon, then in her second quarter, would show her disc for an instant, but be quickly obscured; or a star of "paly" light peep out, and also disappear.
But she also spoke of her joy in performing it, of her favorite laugh lines, and the wonderful sense of company that the paly created in each cast.
Also we are telling the world we don't paly by rules.
Ave-not for both Senators to return to their posts-Let it paly out!
This is really jsut a manefistation of a corrupt Godless nation that seems to be hell bent on allowing this made for TV insanity to paly out everyday.
Some weekends we all just huddle on the rug next to the semi-permanent pile we keep in the living room, and just parallel paly for hours on end.
I am not surprised that Sam thinks so little of himself, I've kind of seen Jared paly that out all season long.
Paint adn Mezzo no can paly aotsied adn luk fur coonses.
In fact it was expected that Sakib Al Hassan would get the chance to paly in IPL.