[ US /ˈweɪɫi, ˈwɔɫi/ ]
[ UK /wˈɒli/ ]
  1. a silly and inept person; someone who is regarded as stupid
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How To Use wally In A Sentence

  • Be careful Del, if it comes from wallyworld it may (likely) contain melamine and/or lead, for reasons unknown to me. Do you prefer your home made jerky if so want to share the recipe? or store bought and which one?
  • But what about at home, in bed, Evian on the nightstand and Wally the mini-dachshund snoring stertorously under the covers? Home Alone
  • O hai, Dr. LD! re: teh ammy-zon reebuse; NE 1 can right reebuse, an NE won and Ebberywon duz, butt ai B-long 2 a groop cauld “Teh Vine”, chosen by inbitayshun, onlee–onlee dont let dat fool yoo, sum Viners R akchewally aweful riters—ah teh misterious werkings ob teh awlmitey ammy-zon! U do not ezist in mah wurld - Lolcats 'n' Funny Pictures of Cats - I Can Has Cheezburger?
  • That way you can all fit in a taxi (unless you bring along some wally who doesn't drink as a driver).
  • Gurus like Wally Olins preached the value of making your strategy visible through symbols, logotypes, colors and typefaces.
  • Steve and Lori Ellsworth like to come to San Diego to play in our wallyball tournaments.
  • County Legislator Wally Huckno, D-Jamestown, called Mueller's proposal '' odorous '' and Post-Journal
  • He expands on Wally's thoughts, to grandiose proportions.
  • I pushed Wally into the elevator, and mercifully the door shut on us.
  • I've gotta tell you how funny, warm and cool these three guys were telling wonderful stories about working with industry greats like Bill Gaines, Will Elder, John Severin, Wally Wood and Harvey Kurtzman while putting together many classic humor strips that became the very model of "antidisestablishmentarianism" for multiple generations of comic book fans. Archive 2009-09-01
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