blarney

[ blahr-nee ]SEE DEFINITION OF blarney

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All her share of the blarney of Ireland began to roll from the mellow tip of her tongue.

But why shouldn't you blarney with a gentleman, when you began by saving his life?

Blarney her cliverly, and work her to a foam against the McBrides.

If anybody wanted money, he kissed the Blarney Stone and applied to Pete.

The Irish race appear to have kissed the Blarney stone in globo.

In Ireland, she had kissed the Blarney stone and picked shamrock in the ruins.

The blarney to put yourself over, and the ability to back it up.

And yet, who could write of an Irish tour and make no reference to Blarney.

No one can wheedle like an Irish beggar or "blarney" like an Irish ward boss.

Its all sham and blarney, and a burning shame to you, to boot.

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