Betty wastes no time in yanking sally away from the table to admonish her.
And she was appropriately saucy, especially when thanking her co-star sally Hawkins.
No shrinking violet, Gallagher likes the stage and will appear in a production of Love Letters with sally Struthers this spring.
sally sobbed on her bed, knowing that she would never see Glen again.
For two decades Sue sally (“Sal”) Hale disguised herself as a man so that she could play in matches with men around the country.
"I thought Communion-tables were an Evangelical start," said sally irreverently.
He looked at his hero, and then he looked into his mind and saw the picture of sally.
sally rushed down to meet him, and she took him off for a walk in the garden.
All in all, Gray Peter was a glorious machine; sally was a tricky intelligence.
This sally, which was delivered with spirit, afforded the doctor an evident relish.
1540s, "a sudden rush, dash, or springing forth; specifically of troops from a besieged place, attacking the besiegers," from Middle French saillie "a rushing forth," noun use of fem. past participle of saillir "to leap," from Latin salire "to leap" (see salient (adj.)). Sally-port "gate or passage in a fortification to afford free egress to troops in making a sally" is from 1640s.
1540s, from sally (n.). Related: Sallied; sallying.
fem. proper name, alteration of Sarah (cf. Hal from Harry, Moll from Mary, etc.). Sally Lunn cakes (1780) supposedly named for the woman in Bath who first made them and sold them in the streets. Sally Ann as a nickname for Salvation Army is recorded from 1927.
The Salvation Army, or any other mission or place that gives food and shelter (1930s+ Hoboes)