noun, plural op·ries, adjective
Origin of opry
Examples from the Web for opry
That was such an exciting day, to be able to shoot that scene where we performed at the Opry.Emmys 2013: Connie Britton Picks Her Favorite ‘Nashville’ Moments|Connie Britton|August 29, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Sir: An old stage hand at the Eau Claire opry house was talking.The So-called Human Race|Bert Leston Taylor
Looks like a Sweepstakes team through the wrong end of the opry glasses, don't it?Baldy of Nome|Esther Birdsall Darling
1914, U.S. dialectal pronunciation of opera. Especially in Grand Ole Opry, a radio broadcast of country music from Nashville, registered as a proprietary name 1950.