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1cully

noun cul·ly \ˈkə-lē\
plural cullies

Definition of CULLY

:  one easily tricked or imposed on :  dupe

Origin of CULLY

perhaps alteration of cullion
First Known Use: 1664

Rhymes with CULLY

2cully

verb
cul·liedcul·ly·ing

Definition of CULLY

transitive verb
archaic
:  cheat, deceive

First Known Use of CULLY

1676

Rhymes with CULLY

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