2. Proper noun. A diminutive of the female names Charlotte and Charlene. ¹
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Definition of Charley
1. charlie [n -LEYS] - See also: charlie
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Literary usage of Charley
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1. Sunset by Southern Pacific Company, Southern Pacific Company. Passenger Dept (1910)
"charley and the Allan girl—charley and the Allan girl—it marched and ... It was so strange to think of charley—-if she had been like Mary now, ..."
2. Choisy: A Novel by James P. Story (1872)
"I am very glad," responded charley, in the same low tone. ... yelled charley, his cool blood rising to fever heat ; " what do you mean ? ..."
3. Personal Recollections of the Drama: Or Theatrical Reminiscen- Ces by Henry Dickinson Stone (1873)
"They had a chief—Old King charley. The old settlers said charley was a ... On these festivals old charley was dressed in a strange and fantastical costume. ..."