Definition of Gharries
1. gharry [n] - See also: gharry
Lexicographical Neighbors of Gharries
gharries (current term)
Literary usage of Gharries
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Other countries by William Morrison Bell (1872)
"... Kalka—gharries—Umballa—The Tigers— Start for Calcutta—Similarity of Scenery—Agra, Distance, Cost—Good-bye, Francis —Benares, Distance—The Ganges—The ..."
2. Tiger-shooting in the Doon and Ulwar: With Life in India by John Cookson Fife-Cookson (1887)
"... tiger accident— I decide on the Doon—A companion—I start—Dak gharries A little comedy—The ... gharries ..."
3. Sport and Travel in India and Central America by A. G. Bagot (1897)
"I was driving in a buggy just behind with Colville, an Indigo planter, and directly his horse saw the gharries start he took it into his head that he must ..."
4. The Heroes of the Indian Rebellion by David W. Bartlett (1859)
"After a bath and dinner, we all commenced packing our gharries. ... At last we all started: about six gharries, one full of young officers, who seemed to ..."
5. The Selangor Journal: Jottings Past and Present (1895)
"I gharries. To the Editor of the Selangor Journal. SIR,—I think that your correspondent " Growler " misses the true reason why ..."
6. Around the World: Sketches of Travel Through Many Lands and Over Many Seas by Edward Dorr Griffin Prime (1874)
"We were the culprits beyond all question, and must submit to an examination. Cooling down in a measure, we ordered the trunks to be taken from the gharries, ..."