noun, plural gan·tries.
Words nearby gantry
Origin of gantry
Examples from the Web for gantry
A yell would stop Dr. Bernais, and the gantry would be wheeled back into place.The Scarlet Lake Mystery|Harold Leland Goodwin
The gantry platform was just clanging to the ground, unloading three technicians and a Four-bar Electronics Engineer.Star Surgeon|Alan Nourse
Gantry seems to think that the railroads—or his railroad, at least—are persecuted.
The trolley car dropped him within a square of the railway station, on the second floor of which Gantry had his business office.
But on a day shortly after the meeting with Gantry in Ophir this desultory programme was broken.
British Dictionary definitions for gantry
noun plural -tries
- the area behind a bar where bottles, esp spirit bottles mounted in optics, are kept for use or display
- the range or quality of the spirits on viewthis pub's got a good gantry