verb (used without object), scried, scry·ing.
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Origin of scry
OTHER WORDS FROM scryscryer, noun
Example sentences from the Web for scry
The antiquity and world-wide diffusion of scrying, in one form or other, interests the student of human nature.
The foregoing short treatise will gain some practical value by a statement of the conditions most suitable for scrying.Second Sight|Sepharial
As to ‘scrying’ the doctor thought it could be done in ‘mesmerised water,’ water bewitched.