OTHER WORDS FROM expirynon·ex·pi·ry, noun, plural non·ex·pi·ries.
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How to use expiry in a sentence
However, the protection tapered in the third generation—the great-grandkids—suggesting that whatever was passed on had an expiry date.These Mice Pups Inherited Immunity From Their Parents—But Not Through DNA|Shelly Fan|November 2, 2021|Singularity Hub
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 this term Finck entered the Danish service as general of infantry.
O thou of mighty arms, do thou, however, slay my enemies along with all their followers on the expiry of thirteen years.Mahabharata of Krishna-Dwaipayana Vyasa Bk. 3 Pt. 1|Krishna-Dwaipayana Vyasa
The press regained its liberty through the expiry of the Licensing Act in 1679.
And so they serve their time in patience, and go home at the expiry of the sentence "without a stain on their character."The Land of the Black Mountain|Reginald Wyon
The Bloemfontein Conference was opened upon the Reformers' emancipation day, the expiry of the three years' silence.The Transvaal from Within|J. P. Fitzpatrick
British Dictionary definitions for expiry
- a coming to an end, esp of a contract period; terminationexpiry of a lease
- (as modifier)the expiry date