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Definition of "kiley" []

  • An Australian boomerang, having one side flat and the other convex. (noun)

Gnu Collaboartive International Dictionary of English: licensed under The Code Project Open License (CPOL)

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Use "kiley" in a sentence
  • "Anyway, weee rilo kiley! weeee kaiser cheifs! weee femme fatality! weeeeee magazine!"
  • "Green boughs are placed over the earth, and upon them are deposited the spears, knife, and hammer of the deceased, together with the ornaments that belonged to him; his throwing-stick on one side, and his curl (kiley) or towk (dowak) on the other side of the mound."
  • "The kiley is thrown into flights of wild-fowl and cockatoos, and with the dow-uk, a short heavy stick, they knock over the smaller kinds of game much in the same manner that poachers do hares and rabbits in England."