Ivry

Definitions

  • WordNet 3.6
    • n Ivry a battle (1590) in which the Huguenots under Henry IV defeated the Catholics under the duke of Mayenne
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Usage

In literature:

Ivry hour is th' same to a clock an' ivry hour is different to me.
"Mr. Dooley Says" by Finley Dunne
Ivry, a song of the Huguenots.
"Lists of Stories and Programs for Story Hours" by Various
I'm thinkin' that ivry man has a goold mine undher his own dure-step or in his neighbor's pocket at th' farthest.
"The Wit and Humor of America, Volume II. (of X.)" by Various
This attractive edition of Macaulay's famous poems contains, in (p. 155) addition, Ivry and The Armada.
"A Mother's List of Books for Children" by Gertrude Weld Arnold
It is exposed to the fire of Bicetre, Ivry, and Hautes Bruyeres.
"The Insurrection in Paris" by An Englishman: Davy
Ivry daa the doctor cum round, and spook to 'em all in tarn.
"Two Suffolk Friends" by Francis Hindes Groome
Sure, an' he's a sailor ivry inch ov him, from the crown of his hid to the sole of his fut!
"The Wreck of the Nancy Bell" by J. C. Hutcheson
Macaulay's Roman Lays and "Ivry" are in this metre.
"Thomas Davis, Selections from his Prose and Poetry" by Thomas Davis
Th' kind iv ma-an that can get mad in ivry vein in his body.
"Mr. Dooley in Peace and in War" by Finley Peter Dunne
The Duke employed Raoul, Count of Ivri, to crush the Communists.
"The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 18, No. 108, October, 1866" by Various
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In news:

Ivry Gitlis was born in 1922, in Haifa, Israel, to Russian parents.
Born October 13, 1926 in Stateline, Arkansas, Lavon was the son of the late Ivry Lee and Mellie Jewell (Clevenger) Osborne.
Elf Aquitaine, the French oil giant, announced today that it had found oil in Ivry-sur-Seine, a suburb on Paris's southeast border.
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