Definition of bally in English:

bally

Line breaks: bally
Pronunciation: /ˈbali
 
/

adjective & adverb

British
Old-fashioned euphemism for bloody2.
More example sentences
  • It took an hour, a further three telephone calls and an inspection of the instructions bordering on the forensic before I could turn the bally thing off.
  • That led to a prolonged lecture on what, exactly, was wrong with British television, society, and the whole bally world today.
  • For that you can blame Robert Frost and his bally tennis nets.

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