the McCoy

the McCoy

verb
See also: McCoy
References in classic literature ?
This old man was merely the seed of McCoy, of McCoy of the BOUNTY, the mutineer fleeing from the hemp that waited him in England, the McCoy who was a power for evil in the early days of blood and lust and violent death on Pitcairn Island.
I had a plan to get the province out of debt - it was called the McCoy Plan, and that would have been something I would have learned from Peter - think through what you're going to do.
In The Times, racing writer Rob Wright questioned the "desperation" of the McCoy campaign while the paper ran a two-page spread on Ennis.
The McCoy brothers were arrested in a May 8 sting outside a Honey Farms on Highland Street.
The McCoy brothers arrived at the Highland Street Honey Farms in a Nissan Maxima; Ms.
After the McCoys showed the informant the crystal meth, agents moved in to arrest them.
The defendant, John Vance, owns property adjoining the McCoy cemetery and claims that the gravel road leading to the cemetery is a private drive.
In 1882, the McCoy boys were tied to pawpaw bushes and riddled with bullets after they had allegedly killed Ellison Hatfield.
There are many Hatfield descendants who would like to visit the McCoy cemetery.
Stable companion Dark Stranger came closest to spoiling the McCoy party as he belied odds of 66-1 with a bold front-running show that still had him in the lead rounding the final turn.