firry

[fur-ee]
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adjective, fir·ri·er, fir·ri·est.

of or relating to the fir.
made of fir.
abounding in firs.

Origin of firry

First recorded in 1825–35; fir + -y1
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Examples from the Web for firry

Historical Examples of firry

  • Finally one day he met her, coming up a path which led to a spring down in a firry hollow.

  • They went over to Orchard Slope by the short cut across the brook and up the firry hill grove.

    Anne Of Green Gables

    Lucy Maud Montgomery

  • A cool wind was blowing down over the long harvest fields from the rims of firry western hills and whistling through the poplars.

    Anne Of Green Gables

    Lucy Maud Montgomery

  • Anne ran down the clover slope like a deer, and disappeared in the firry shadows of the Haunted Wood.

    Anne Of Green Gables

    Lucy Maud Montgomery



British Dictionary definitions for firry

firry

adjective

of, relating to, or made from fir trees
abounding in or dominated by firs
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