serry

[ser-ee]

Origin of serry

1575–85; < Middle French serré, past participle of serrer to press tightly together; see sear2
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Examples from the Web for serry

Contemporary Examples of serry

  • Serry was speaking at a meeting with members of the grassroots organization, Other Voice.

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    Barack And The Beauty Queen

    Orly Halpern

    March 13, 2013

  • “Think about all those security people who are the backbone of the achievements,” Serry said.

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    Israel's Dangerous Provocation

    Dan Ephron

    November 4, 2011

  • But Serry said events had reached a critical point in the West Bank and cautioned that a collapse would leave Israel accountable.

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    Israel's Dangerous Provocation

    Dan Ephron

    November 4, 2011

Historical Examples of serry

  • I s'pose his property will go to Emmy and Serry, half and half.

  • Then the door was shut, the carriage drove off, and we saw that it was Anne and Serry.

    The Girls and I

    Mary Louisa Stewart Molesworth

  • Jack, do you think Anne and Serry can have gone out by themselves?'

    The Girls and I

    Mary Louisa Stewart Molesworth

  • I didn't want to miss any of it, and Serry was more likely to be quiet if I gave in.

    The Girls and I

    Mary Louisa Stewart Molesworth

  • Still it might be Serry; she might have slipped out to baffle us.

    The Girls and I

    Mary Louisa Stewart Molesworth