Definition for pryer (2 of 2)
Examples from the Web for pryer
Ernest broached this to Pryer, who treated it as something too outrageous to be even thought of.
And he was nice, and Ernest knew that such men as himself and Pryer were not nice, and his old dejection came over him.
Perhaps Pryer was going to break to him some bad news about his speculations.
I may say here that neither I nor Ernest ever heard of Pryer again, nor have any idea what became of him.
Why did he see in a moment that it was a bad one now, though he had been unable to see it when he had taken it from Pryer?
British Dictionary definitions for pryer (1 of 2)
British Dictionary definitions for pryer (2 of 2)
Word Origin and History for pryer
"one who pries," 1550s, agent noun from pry.