- to crowd closely together.
Origin of serry
1575–85; < Middle French serré, past participle of serrer to press tightly together; see sear2
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Examples from the Web for serry
Serry was speaking at a meeting with members of the grassroots organization, Other Voice.Barack And The Beauty Queen
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“Think about all those security people who are the backbone of the achievements,” Serry said.
But Serry said events had reached a critical point in the West Bank and cautioned that a collapse would leave Israel accountable.
I s'pose his property will go to Emmy and Serry, half and half.Other Main-Travelled Roads
Then the door was shut, the carriage drove off, and we saw that it was Anne and Serry.
Jack, do you think Anne and Serry can have gone out by themselves?'
I didn't want to miss any of it, and Serry was more likely to be quiet if I gave in.
Still it might be Serry; she might have slipped out to baffle us.