Tralee


Tralee

Tralee [truh-lee] Examples noun

  1. a city in and the county seat of Kerry, in the SW Republic of Ireland.

Examples from the Web for tralee Historical Examples of tralee

  • “I’m fearing, then, it will be the garr’son from Tralee,” was Uncle Ulick’s contribution.

    The Wild Geese

    Stanley John Weyman

  • “Ay, but there’s no law west of Tralee,” Uncle Ulick retorted.

    The Wild Geese

    Stanley John Weyman

  • Notwithstanding which it was late in the afternoon when they approached the town of Tralee.

    The Wild Geese

    Stanley John Weyman

  • It’s rob, or be robbed, this side of Tralee, and as far as the devil could kick you beyond it!

    The Wild Geese

    Stanley John Weyman

  • The people of Tralee surrendered, but they didn’t realize what they were getting into.

    Talents, Incorporated

    William Fitzgerald Jenkins

  • British Dictionary definitions for tralee Tralee noun

    1. a market town in SW Republic of Ireland, county town of Kerry, near Tralee Bay (an inlet of the Atlantic). Pop: 21 987 (2002)

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