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desagradablemente gritón {adj} lairy [Br.] [coll.] [person: unpleasantly loud, especially when drunk]
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Usage Examples English
  • The use of the word "thee" in the song "I Predict a Riot" by Leeds band Kaiser Chiefs ("Watching the people get lairy / is not very pretty, I tell thee") caused some comment by people who were unaware that the word is still in use in the Yorkshire dialect.
  • In 2015, they released their second full-length album, 'Lairy Through the Town', which incorporated the writing and singing talents of Richard Lines, as well as contributions from musicians Stephen Field, Richard Banks and Dave Borgeson.
  • Lairy was elected to the Indiana Supreme Court in 1914, defeating the incumbent Justice Quincy Myers, the same man who had defeated Lairy in the 1908 5th Judicial District race.
  • Moses Lairy, another Indiana Supreme Court Justice (1915-1921), was a friend and mentor to Fansler.
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