Roy


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Roy

(rɔɪ)
n
slang Austral a fashionable Australian male
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Both to Captain Fitz Roy and to all the Officers of the Beagle [1] I shall ever feel most thankful for the undeviating kindness with which I was treated during our long voyage.
The skipper of the boat, on the other hand, was called Neil Roy Macrob; and since Macrob was one of the names of Alan's clansmen, and Alan himself had sent me to that ferry, I was eager to come to private speech of Neil Roy.
At Kinlochaline I got Neil Roy upon one side on the beach, and said I made sure he was one of Appin's men.
For if Colin Roy can get his business done in Appin, he has it all to begin again in the next country, which they call Mamore, and which is one of the countries of the Camerons.
What they did with Rob Roy I never knew; but 'twas all for one little hare.
Why, Anne, I didn't know you were acquainted with Roy Gardner
The envelope, which was unclosed, bore this address: "Lady Janet Roy, Mablethorpe House, Kensington, London.
What if she were to ask Lady Janet Roy to let her supply Miss Roseberry's place?
There was absolutely nothing to stop her from presenting herself to Lady Janet Roy under Grace's name and in Grace's place!
But take it from me, it's the last we'll see of Roy Blanchard an' yaps of his kidney buttin' into our affairs.
Roy Blanchard was hailed a hero and held up as a model of wealthy citizenship.