1A stick used in the game of hurling.
- Hurling is played with much larger sticks called hurleys and players are allowed to hit the ball in the air or carry it on the hurley.
- Jimmy is happiest when recalling the friends he has made among the hurlers for whom he has repaired hurleys or made new hurleys over the years.
- He signed autographs on hurleys, sliothars, jerseys, programmes and every available piece of paper!
Early 19th century: from the verb hurl.
Words that rhyme with hurleyBurghley, Burley, burly, curly, early, girlie, hurly-burly, pearly, Shirley, surly, swirly, twirly
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