noun, plural wher·ries.
verb (used with or without object), wher·ried, wher·ry·ing.
Origin of wherry
Examples from the Web for wherry
Once Starrett had motored up officiously to bully Wherry into coming back to him.Diane of the Green Van|Leona Dalrymple
Old Tom gave me a hearty squeeze of the hand, and then continued—“But about this wherry—what do you say, old woman?”
“That will do,” said he, opening his bundle, and spreading a carpet on the stern flooring of the wherry.
Mamma won't care; it's nothing but a wherry, and the wind doesn't blow.Dotty Dimple At Home|Sophie May
Wherry men did a thriving business carrying passengers to the fort.The Day of the Confederacy|Nathaniel W. Stephenson