tille-vally
Tilly-vally Til"ly-val`ly, interj., adv., or a. A word of unknown origin and signification, formerly used as expressive of contempt, or when anything said was rejected as trifling or impertinent. [Written also {tille-vally}, {tilly-fally}, {tille-fally}, and otherwise.] --Shak. [1913 Webster]

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  • tille-fally — Tilly vally Til ly val ly, interj., adv., or a. A word of unknown origin and signification, formerly used as expressive of contempt, or when anything said was rejected as trifling or impertinent. [Written also {tille vally}, {tilly fally}, {tille …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Tilly-vally — Til ly val ly, interj., adv., or a. A word of unknown origin and signification, formerly used as expressive of contempt, or when anything said was rejected as trifling or impertinent. [Written also {tille vally}, {tilly fally}, {tille fally}, and …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • tilly-fally — Tilly vally Til ly val ly, interj., adv., or a. A word of unknown origin and signification, formerly used as expressive of contempt, or when anything said was rejected as trifling or impertinent. [Written also {tille vally}, {tilly fally}, {tille …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

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