noun, plural wher·ries.
verb (used with or without object), wher·ried, wher·ry·ing.
- whet one's appetite,
- whether or not,
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