sally

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A diminutive of the female given name Sarah, also used as a formal given name
nickname for the Salvation Army
To make a sudden attack on an enemy from a defended position

The troops sallied in desperation.

A willow
A witty statement or quip
A sortie of troops from a besieged place against an enemy
To set out on an excursion; venture; depart (often followed by "forth.")

As she sallied forth from her boudoir, you would never have guessed how quickly she could strip for action. -William Manchester.

A sudden rushing forth
An excursion or side trip
A tufted woollen part of a bellrope, used to provide grip when ringing a bell
An object made from the above trees' wood
To venture off the beaten path
Any tree that looks like a willow
A member of the Salvation Army
{n} an issue from a place, escape, flash, ring
{v} to make an eruption, rush out, issue out
pet form of Sarah
witty remark
a venture off the beaten path; "a sally into the wide world beyond his home"
Transgression of the limits of soberness or steadiness; act of levity; wild gayety; frolic; escapade
A leaping forth; a darting; a spring
To set out on an excursion; venture; depart (often followed by "forth.")"
If someone sallies forth or sallies somewhere, they go out into a rather difficult, dangerous, or unpleasant situation in a brave or confident way. worrying about her when she sallies forth on her first date Tamara would sally out on bitterly cold nights. Sally is also a noun. their first sallies outside the student world. sallied sallying sallies sally forth to go out in order to do something, especially something that you expect to be difficult or dangerous - often used humorously
a venture off the beaten path; "a sally into the wide world beyond his home
A flight of fancy, liveliness, wit, or the like; a flashing forth of a quick and active mind
a military action in which besieged troops burst forth from their position
A rushing or bursting forth; a quick issue; a sudden eruption; specifically, an issuing of troops from a place besieged to attack the besiegers; a sortie
Sallies are clever and amusing remarks. He had thus far succeeded in fending off my conversational sallies
{i} forward rush, assault; outburst of emotion (or laughter, etc.); witty remark, clever reply; pleasure trip, journey
{f} burst forth, rush forward; leave on a journey, set out on a trip
A willow, or tree that looks like a willow, or object made from its wood, as in sally rod
An excursion from the usual track; range; digression; deviation
To leap or rush out; to burst forth; to issue suddenly; as a body of troops from a fortified place to attack besiegers; to make a sally
Sally Ann
The Salvation Army
Sally Army
The Salvation Army
Sally Lunn
A sweetened type of bread which is leavened with yeast
sally port
An entryway controlled by two doors or gates, of which each must be closed before the other can open
sally port
A small door in a fort or a castle to enable a sally; a postern
sally ports
plural form of sally port
Sally Army
an informal name for the Salvation Army
Sally Field
(born 1946 as Sally Mahoney) American actress who played in such roles as the television series "Gidget" (1965) and the movie "Mrs. Doubtfire" (1993)
Sally Field
born Nov. 6, 1946, Pasadena, Calif., U.S. U.S. film actress. She played saccharine television roles in Gidget (1965-66) and The Flying Nun (1967-70) before developing her talent at the Actors Studio (1973-75), from which she emerged as a dramatic actress in the television movie Sybil (1977, Emmy Award). Hollywood finally rewarded her with strong roles in Norma Rae (1979, Academy Award), Absence of Malice (1981), Places in the Heart (1984, Academy Award), and Steel Magnolias (1989). Her other films include Soapdish (1991), Mrs. Doubtfire (1993), and Forrest Gump (1994)
Sally Kristen Ride
born May 26, 1951, Encino, Calif., U.S. U.S. astronaut. She received a Ph.D. in physics from Stanford University in 1977 and joined NASA the same year. In 1983 she participated in the seventh space-shuttle mission, aboard the Challenger, as flight engineer, becoming the first American woman and the third woman internationally (after the Russians Valentina Tereshkova [1963], and Svetlana Savitskaya [1982]) to fly into outer space. She went on to become director of the California Space Institute at UC-San Diego in 1989. From 1999 Ride worked on Internet-based projects related to space and pursued her longtime interest in encouraging young women to study science and mathematics
Sally Ride
born May 26, 1951, Encino, Calif., U.S. U.S. astronaut. She received a Ph.D. in physics from Stanford University in 1977 and joined NASA the same year. In 1983 she participated in the seventh space-shuttle mission, aboard the Challenger, as flight engineer, becoming the first American woman and the third woman internationally (after the Russians Valentina Tereshkova [1963], and Svetlana Savitskaya [1982]) to fly into outer space. She went on to become director of the California Space Institute at UC-San Diego in 1989. From 1999 Ride worked on Internet-based projects related to space and pursued her longtime interest in encouraging young women to study science and mathematics
sally forth
{f} hit the road, set out, leave; depart, get going; rush forward; leave on a journey, set out on a trip
sally forth
set out in a sudden, energetic or violent manner
sally lunn
a flat round slightly sweet teacake usually served hot
sally lunn
A tea cake slighty sweetened, and raised with yeast, baked in the form of biscuits or in a thin loaf, and eaten hot with butter
sally lunn
{i} type of sweet round teacake raised with yeast that is served hot
sally out
{f} sally forth; jump out from a hiding place and surprise a person, leap out
sally port
A gate or passage by which the garrison of a fort may attack besiegers The term is applied to the postern leading under the rampart into the ditch, but its modern application is a cut through the glacis to the covert way When not in use, sally ports are closed by massive gates of timber and iron
sally port
A gate or passage in a fortified place for use by troops making a sortie
sally port
A double gate at a sentry station providing access control to a restricted area Both "vehicle" and "man" versions were used Originally used in describing fortifications for castles, towers, etc meaning "a discreet exit which allows the defenders to 'sally forth' and engage the attackers " Click here for more information
sally port
A gate in a fortification designed for sorties
A sally
outleap
A sally
escape
sallied
past of sally
sallies
third-person singular of sally
sallies
plural of sally
sally