Definition of "tery" [tery]

  • A Middle English spelling of teary. (unknown)

The Century Dictionary (Public Domain)

Use "tery" in a sentence
  • "We fol - lowed the courfe of a little river above Mon - tery, which is extremely fait, as indeed is all the water we had hitherto met with from Rio Salado, or Sabinas; its borders, how - ever, are cultivated, and peopled with Indians."
  • "If lies are going to be told to tery to make me sound even worse, then I should have the right to answer with the truth."
  • "At the North American International Auto Show here Monday, Ford is unveiling its new C-Max minivan in three versions: a gas-powered engine model already on sale in Europe, a gas-electric hybrid version of the five-passenger van using a lighter, smaller lithium-ion rechargeable bat tery and the company's first plug-in hybrid called the Energi."