[ US /ˈɫæɫi/ ]
  1. support column consisting of a steel cylinder filled with concrete
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How To Use lally In A Sentence

  • Well, nothing will more convince you that the whole of western civilisation is utterly, howlingly, stark-staringly, foamingly doolally than the collection will.
  • As far as I know it's got a decent picture and hasn't gone doolally yet.
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  • I may be totally doolally about this, but that is how it struck me and my companion.
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  • Lally refused to elaborate on her earlier statement.
  • The scale of the rivalry was again seen when Lally took an open-topped bus round Edinburgh proclaiming Glasgow's superiority as the cities battled for the title of City of Architecture 1999.
  • It seems that scientists who claimed, a year ago, that one dose can send you permanently doolally were not in possession of the full facts.
  • He gained good music interpretation from his piano teacher, Peter Lally. In 2003, upon graduation from The University of Hong Kong where he studied composition with Dr.
  • She just sorta lallygagged around doing nothing at all. PoeticaL
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