Definition of Mallaby-Deeley in English:

Mallaby-Deeley

noun

British
slang, archaic
  • A cheap suit of clothes.

Origin

1920s; earliest use found in Punch. From the name of Harry Mallaby-Deeley, English property-dealer and Member of Parliament, who started a cut-price tailoring business in 1920.

Pronunciation

Mallaby-Deeley

/ˌmaləbiˈdiːli/