A wherry was being pushed up the stream by its two stalwart boatmen, by the process known in Norfolk as quanting.
Do ye see that wherry shovin' off—the one with the lady in a sweater?
It should more than pay for the wine and the wherry to Spring Gardens.
Jack pronounced her to be a wherry; but I thought her something much larger.
They had a lantern in their wherry, and looked up the ship's side, holding on to the ladder without a word.
He grasped it as we passed by, and quickly clambered into the wherry.
Day after day passed on with no news of Giles or Will wherry.
We accordingly went on deck, and descended to our wherry again.
The public quays are on the north side next the town, and a berth alongside a wherry or other yacht can be chosen.
"We are informed that you have bought a wherry from Mr. Robert Farrell," said the officer.