Examples of spry in a Sentence
an older woman who's still surprisingly spry
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While the automaker may not strike you as a spry brand, the average buyer is a decade or so younger than those at other luxury brands.
Even though Cabrera is younger than the 34-year-old Reyes, the Mets believed that Reyes, in filling in for Cabrera, had been more spry and sure-handed at shortstop.
The performance did not disappoint: translating their current Joshua Tree 30th anniversary tour to a festival setting, U2 was spry and mighty, wielding their collection of massive singles with a veteran ease.
Delightfully, in my small-group tour, many travelers are her vacationing Guatemalan relatives including her spry 88-year-old mother.
In this spry and accomplished comedy of manners, a set of six characters — teenage, middle-aged and elderly — muddle their way through love, discovering that its tribulations are awkward at every age.
And Bob Mendelson, your spry, fourth-dimension-bending tour guide for this journey, is 17.
Although several of Wisdom’s bands have rusted and been replaced over the years, the bird herself remains young and spry in both appearance and behavior.
After the film, Moore sat down with legendary documentarian D.A. Pennebaker (still delightfully spry at 91 years old) to discuss the film’s legacy, though the conversation more often than not turned to a different troubling topic: Donald Trump.
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Origin and Etymology of spry
First Known Use: 1746See Words from the same year
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Definition of spry for English Language Learners
: full of life and energy
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