leary argued, "''No one ever served a day in jail because of me.'"
In the end, she too forgave him, taking care of a dying leary.
To Weil, the meeting with Alpert had a very different feel than the get-together with leary.
Untrusting; suspicious; wary: He was leery of toting so much money/ Cheyfitz and Farrell exchanged leery glances
[1718+; probably fr British dialect lere, ''learning, knowledge'']