off the right line; awry; wrong.
Fate may have had a similar plan for Goethe; if so, it went all agley.
And Even Now Max Beerbohm
But like some other “plans of mice and men” this went “agley.”
Lyman’s History of old Walla Walla County, Vol. 1 (of 2) William Denison Lyman
(Scot) awry; askew
; shining faintly or unsteadily. Historical Examples He paused to look away at the forest and distant waters all aglimmer with the light of the moon. The Phantom Violin Roy J. Snell When at last I stood upon the shore, the air and sea were all aglimmer in a rosy light, deepening to crimson in […]
displaying bright points of light, as by reflection; glittering: a diamond tiara aglint under the ballroom lights.
- Aglio e olio
noun Italian for ‘garlic and oil,’ pertaining to pasta dressed with garlic and heated olive oil Examples Spaghetti aglio e olio has fresh garlic with olive oil, parmesan, herbs, and spices. Usage Note cooking
refulgent; . Historical Examples The long court train that swept behind her was all aglisten, as if embroidered with dewdrops and pearls. Mary Ware in Texas Annie F. Johnston