verb (used with or without object), ser·ried, ser·ry·ing. Archaic.
Origin of serry
Examples from the Web for serry
Serry was speaking at a meeting with members of the grassroots organization, Other Voice.
“Think about all those security people who are the backbone of the achievements,” Serry said.
But Serry said events had reached a critical point in the West Bank and cautioned that a collapse would leave Israel accountable.
Nurse, please tell Serry that she and Maud may stay with Mrs. Parsley in her kitchen while we're out.'
But it isn't much use taking up anything Serry says, seriously.
Serry could take thought if she chose; she had an uncommonly, good memory when it suited her.
But when I was going to take hold of Serry she slipped away.
And we were all pretty bad—even Serry, who never troubles herself much about anything, looked solemn.