Definition of Murries

1. murry [n] - See also: murry



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Murries

murrams
murras
murrayin
murrays
murre
murrelet
murrelets
murren
murrens
murres
murrey
murreys
murrha
murrhas
murrhine
murries (current term)
murrin
murrina
murrine
murrins
murrion
murrions
murrs
murry
murse
murses
murth
murther
murthered
murtherer

Literary usage of Murries

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. St. Nicholas by Mary Mapes Dodge (1889)
"... and when Augustus was declared Dictator, one of his courtiers presented the populace with six thousand of these murries taken from his ponds. ..."

2. Living Creatures of Water, Land and Air: For the Fourth Reader Grade by John Monteith (1888)
"Red mullet and murries seem to have been special favorites with the old Romans like ... These murries would become so tame that they would come at their ..."

3. Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine (1864)
"No one, after stand the brute main force of the reading ' Apologia pro Vita sna,' wicked world, which murries and is will pretend to say that Dr. New- given ..."

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