tony

[ toh-nee ]SEE DEFINITION OF tony

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR TONY

Harriet was "tony" because she walked with her elbows in and her head up.

When you are free of your cloak, Tony Cross, dismount and let us embrace.

A brother may not be a friend: but a friend will always be a brother—mind that, as your uncle Tony says!

Dorothy recollected that Mrs. Vansittart had said something like this about Tony Cornish.

Tony Cornish had a cheery way with him which made other men talk.

Which was strictly true; for Tony Cornish was and always had been a graceful idler.

"We are going to stick to the malgamiters," replied Tony, quietly.

Then Tony Cornish lighted a cigarette, and sat down to wait.

It is not claimed for Tony Cornish that he had a great mind, and that this was now made up.

Tony Cornish hurried to the door, and rang the bell as if he knew it well.

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