1. (Scottish folklore) water spirit in the form of a horse that likes to drown its riders
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How To Use kelpy In A Sentence

  • We feel the floods surging over us, we sound with him to the kelpy bottom of the waters; sea-weed and all the slime of the sea is about us! Moby Dick; or the Whale
  • At first it looks kelpy, but underneath the rocks are split by narrow gullies and boulder caves, with lots of pretties to see.
  • This morning the air for him was kelpy with the sweetand-sour smell of the Hudson. In Other Worlds
  • “Out there, a spirit knows what kelpy smells we need.” The Welkening
  • They were bred in Australia in the late 1800s, starting with the wild dingo and adding in things like bulldogs and kelpy. Grouse Diary Entry
  • A kelpy feeling wavered in Carl's stomach, hurry ing toward nausea. In Other Worlds
  • Now the light diminished to a distant star that seemed to twinkle on the waters, like those which, according to the legends of the country, the water-kelpy sends for the purpose of indicating the watery grave of his victims. Chapter XXVI
  • I hope, at the very least, that the whale can close its eyes and think of a happy, kelpy place, and as he drifts into whatever afterlife awaits him, that he's swum a few good laps, eaten some succulent fish, and given at least one Ahab a run for his money. The Ocean is a Giant Grave
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