Lolly in a sentence

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Definition of Lolly

  • ice cream or water ice on a small wooden stick
  • informal terms for money

How to use lolly in a sentence. Lolly pronunciation.

Lolly is just cockney enough to be determinedly rural, and there's sure to be some fun to be got out of it; besides, I am pacified by having my special darling, Edna Murrell, the lovely schoolmistress at Wrapworth, to sing to them.
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But here even the tranquil Eloisa murmured that Cilly must never do so again when she went out with HER. 'No, Lolly, indeed I won't.
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Lolly had evidently been told of them as settled certainties among the guests, and Lucilla, Owen, and Rashe vied with each other in declaring that they had imagined Honor to have brought Phoebe to London with no other intent, and that all was fixed for the ladies to sleep at Castle Blanch the night before, and Robert Fulmort to come down in the morning by train.
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Lucilla remained on the grass, softly teasing Lolly about the exertions of the morrow, and Owen applying himself to the care of Honor, Rashe took possession of Phoebe with all the tyrannous good-nature that had in baby days rendered her hateful to Lucilla.
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Rashe, who was still in her morning dress, at once gave way, saying she must go and speak to Lolly, and hastened out of the room.
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My own things are all jumbled up, I don't know how, and Rashe keeps nothing bigger than globules, only fit for fainting lady-birds, so I went to Lolly's, but her bottles have all gold heads, and are full of uncanny-looking compounds, and I made a raid at last on Sweet Honey's rational old dressing-case, poked out her keys from her pocket, and got in; wasting interminable time.
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She found herself loathing the perfumy rooms, the sleepy voice, and hardly able to sit still in her restless impatience of Lolly's platitudes and Charles's _insouciance_, while Rashe could never be liked again.
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No one knew whether Miss Charlecote were still in town, nor whether Augusta Fulmort were to be married in England or abroad; and as to Miss Murrell, Lolly languidly wondered what it was that she had heard.
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Lolly begged her not to be so excited about a trifle, it made her quite nervous; and the others laughed at her; Rashe pretended to think it a fine chance to have changed 'the life of an early Christian' for the triumphs of the stage; and Charles scouted the idea of writing to the man's employer.
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They both became restless, and Lolly, who had already lived much abroad, dreaded the dulness of an English winter in the country; while Charles knew that he had already spent more than he liked to recollect, and that the only means of keeping her contented at Castle Blanch, would be to continue most ruinous expenses.
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If Lolly likes to keep Charles where gaming is man's sole resource, don't run Owen into that scrape.
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We had before us the dread example of one urchin, who got an awful hiding and went on bread and water for twenty-four hours for allowing her to kiss him and give him lollies.
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Next door to the bad girl's house there lived a very respectable family-a family of good girls with whom we were allowed to play, and from whom we got lollies (those hard old red-and-white "fish lollies" that grocers sent home with parcels of groceries and receipted bills).
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Now one washing day, they being as glad to get rid of us at home as we were to get out, we went over to the good house and found no one at home except the grown-up daughter, who used to sing for us, and read "Robinson Crusoe" of nights, "out loud", and give us more lollies than any of the rest-and with whom we were passionately in love, notwithstanding the fact that she was engaged to a "grown-up man"-(we reckoned he'd be dead and out of the way by the time we were old enough to marry her).
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It was in a lolly factory.
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They put me on stirring up and mixing stuff in the jujube department; but I got so sick of the smell of it and so full of jujube and other lollies that I soon wanted a change; so I had a row with the chief of the jujube department and the boss gave me the sack.
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Larrikin: A hoodlum. Lollies: Candy, sweets.
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Examples of Lolly

Example #1
How Mr. Calthorp will admire her, as long as he thinks she is Italian!
Example #2
Many thanks for wishing for your will-o'-th'-wisp again, but it is going to dance off in another direction.
Example #3
Honor could not have been more astounded.
Example #4
I prefer honesty, I assure you, except when it is too commonplace.
Example #5
Nothing could have been farther from Honora's predilections than such gaieties, but Phoebe's eyes were growing round with eagerness, and there would be unkindness in denying her the pleasure, as well as churlishness in disappointing Lucy and Owen, who had reckoned on her in so gratifying a manner.
Example #6
A discussion of engagements took place, apparently at the rate of five per day; but Mrs. Charteris interposed an invitation to dinner for the next evening, including Robert; and farther it appeared that all the three were expected to take part in the Castle Blanch festivities.