noun, plural ghar·ries.
Origin of gharry
Examples from the Web for gharry
Beyond, the gharry stood in readiness, and by it was Atcheh, the trunk and shirt-box already strapped in place.
For an hour over a road beside which the Corniche is commonplace indeed, the gharry rolled on.
He made no other movement, no gesture, no sign, and remained facing in the new direction after the gharry had swung out of sight.Lord Jim|Joseph Conrad
The rickshaw was borrowed from Japan; the "gharry" has been imported from India.The Kingdom of the Yellow Robe|Ernest Young
We got out of the gharry and clambered into dwellings airy like packing crates, or descended into places sinister like cellars.Falk|Joseph Conrad