Examples of spry in a Sentence
an older woman who's still surprisingly spry
Recent Examples of spry from the Web
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.
His rendition of the dodo, created around 1626, differed from earlier drawings of dodos as long-legged and spry in showing the dodo as a fat, stumpy bird.
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Origin and Etymology of spry
First Known Use: 1746See Words from the same year
SPRY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of spry for English Language Learners
: full of life and energy
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