noun, plural wher·ries.
verb (used with or without object), wher·ried, wher·ry·ing.
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A wherry sweeping down the dyke with peak lowered leaves us but scant room to pass as we sail back to Heigham Sounds.
Many yachts have been built after the plan of the wherry, but with yacht-like hulls above water.
Visitors often get nervous when they see a wherry bearing down upon them, but there is no occasion for them to do so.
At Oulton, Bullen has a number of craft, ranging from a large pleasure wherry accommodating twelve persons, and let at 12l.
By the time the sail-boat came up to the wherry, the children were thoroughly drenched and sobered.Dotty Dimple At Home|Sophie May