Adolphus Washington, 1844–1935, U.S. general and arctic explorer.
Contemporary Examples

Las Vegas and Reno, Nevada, Phoenix, Provo, Utah, and Greely, Colorado, round out the 20 most stressed housing markets.
The 20 Worst Places to Sell Your Home Richard Florida August 30, 2010

Historical Examples

Moreover, there was no considerable cache at the latter point, as Greely thought.
American Merchant Ships and Sailors Willis J. Abbot

He stole again, whereupon, by orders of Greely, he was shot.
The Greater Republic Charles Morris

His most famous exploit was the rescue of the Greely Arctic expedition.
Dewey and Other Naval Commanders Edward S. Ellis

There was dissension in Greely’s command almost from the start.
Henry Hudson Thomas A. Janvier

Another important expedition in his life was the rescue of Greely, to which three chapters are devoted.
Up the Orinoco and down the Magdalena H. J. Mozans

It was fully two minutes after rising before Lieut. Greely could speak, so great was the outburst of enthusiasm which greeted him.
Scientific American Supplement, No. 458, October 11, 1884 Various

The cases of Greely’s six fellow survivors, it is remarked, were very similar to his.
Scientific American Supplement, No. 458, October 11, 1884 Various

Lieut. Greely’s disease is called by the surgeon asthenia, a diminution of the vital forces.
Scientific American Supplement, No. 458, October 11, 1884 Various

On the opposite side are the unmarked places where sixteen of Greely’s ill-fated party died.
The North Pole Robert E. Peary


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