noun, plural ex·pi·ries.
Examples from the Web for expiry
The first artificial crisis was the so-called “fiscal cliff”: the expiry of many tax cuts at the end of 2012.America's Political Elite are Dangerously Out of Touch|David Frum|February 9, 2013|DAILY BEAST
At the expiry of the first, which consists of four years, the pupil can choose one of four courses.France|Gordon Cochrane Home
At the expiry of this period, however, that event occurred which winds up this tragic tale.
Arjuna hath not, to be sure, revealed himself before the expiry of the term of exile.
Unless you can escape before the expiry of the five days you are doomed.Across the Spanish Main|Harry Collingwood
The Pandavas, after the expiry of the thirteenth year, would claim their kingdom.
British Dictionary definitions for expiry
noun plural -ries
- a coming to an end, esp of a contract period; terminationexpiry of a lease
- (as modifier)the expiry date