Kilroy

[ US /ˈkɪɫˌɹɔɪ/ ]
NOUN
  1. a nonexistent person popularized by American servicemen during World War II
    Kilroy was here
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How To Use Kilroy In A Sentence

  • Out back were the Vietnamese pheasants and bantams that Kilroy-Silk breeds.
  • Often the point was to signal, ‘I was here; I did this; I killed this prey; I saw this pretty thing’ - like a graffiti dauber writing, ‘Kilroy was here’ at any spot he considers significant.
  • I was peeved to see Robert Kilroy-Silk credited with inventing the egg trick in a recent colour supp. profile.
  • In the first half of the novel, Kilroy creates the enigma, which she proceeds to unravel in the second half.
  • Exclusive Jason Swindlehurst was a "doting" father who met his wife through TV talk show Kilroy. Mirror.co.uk - News
  • Public S.fety officials and U.S. Rep. Mary Jo Kilroy of Columbus touted the funding yesterday during a tour of the current crime lab at 520 King Ave., which they called crowded and outdated. dispatch.com: RSS
  • Kilroy was here
  • In person, Curtis loved giving friends and fans extra touches that made their face-to-face moments more memorable, longtime friend and pallbearer Gene Kilroy told the AP. Tony Curtis Laid To Rest
  • A man called Kilroy travels into the US wartime past of the 1940s, and leaves in a graffito a mark of his presence. Science fiction mystery « Squares of Wheat
  • In Ohio's 15th district, which narrowly went Republican in 2006, Democrat Mary Jo Kilroy faces Republican Steve Stivers.
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