[ US /oʊˈfɫeɪɝti, oʊˈfɫeɪhɝti/ ]
  1. Irish writer of short stories (1896-1984)
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How To Use O'Flaherty In A Sentence

  • In his provocative work, Clichés To Live By And The Death Of The Sixties, Anaxamander O'Flaherty, a necro-ethnolinguist at the University of Altamont, suggests that the expression, "Everything is everything," succumbed to a natural death brought on by such factors as over-utilization, deterioration of relevance, and lack of adaptability to altered states of reality vis-à-vis the American experience. VERBATIM: The Language Quarterly Vol XII No 3
  • And, you know, call me wrong, but remember I'm only a third of the way through, however I really like John West and find myself barracking for him against the evil O'Flaherty.
  • He claimed he was better qualified than O'Flaherty but was not considered for the unadvertised job because he was not a member of the ‘golden circle’.
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