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serry

verb ser·ry \ˈser-ē\
ser·riedser·ry·ing

Definition of SERRY

intransitive verb
archaic
:  to press together especially in ranks
transitive verb
:  to crowd together

Origin of SERRY

Middle French serré, past participle of serrer to press, crowd — more at sear
First Known Use: 1581

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