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warry

adj.

"war-like," 1901, from war (n.) + -y (2).

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  • "It was wonderful that so many kinds of people were fond of warry," said Evelyn.

    The Main Chance Meredith Nicholson
  • warry was his nurse, and these were the last words of Whitman.

    Walt Whitman in Mickle Street Elizabeth Leavitt Keller
  • The forests abound with wild hogs of two different species, called warry and Pecara, having a small tit or navel on their backs.

    Journal of Voyages Jacob Dunham
  • "A tax on the memory and not on the imagination," retorted warry.

    The Main Chance Meredith Nicholson
  • "No, it's never too late to do what we want to do, warry," she said very kindly.

    The Main Chance Meredith Nicholson
  • "It wouldn't be so terribly hard for us all to get rich," said warry.

    The Main Chance Meredith Nicholson
  • But if Evelyn had really cared for warry with more than a friendly regard, she would never have come to her in this way.

    The Main Chance Meredith Nicholson
  • You and warry appear to be fast friends, and he talks a great deal.

    The Main Chance Meredith Nicholson
  • She knew that warry was really at work, but she was afraid to show any particular knowledge of him.

    The Main Chance Meredith Nicholson
  • She did not care, she told herself; whether warry Raridan liked what she did or not.

    The Main Chance Meredith Nicholson

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