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  • n. Plural form of ferry.
  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of ferry.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • I think most of the complaints about the wakes caused by the ferries is from the residents living along Point White Drive, BBI.

    Sound Politics: Kitsap County Foot-Ferry Tax

  • I would also be interested in ferries going to other Mexican states on the gulf coast or anywhere relatively near the Yucatan.

    Ferries to Mexico

  • Though the ferries were the most organized aspect of the festival and carted fans back to Manhattan as fast as possible past more boring and expensive public art, it was still a total drag waiting in line like cattle only to be shoved on a boat with other semi-aggravated indie-rock fans.

    All Points West: What Was I Doing in New Jersey?: Bill Bradley

  • Would it have not been more convenient and safer to capture one of the cross-Channel ferries from a French or English port, or the Hovercraft out of Boulogne or Calais?

    Pressure Point

  • Being from the island, I travel back and forth to visit my family, and have come to realize that riding the ferries is a waste of time and money.

    Beyond Robson

  • The other side reminds us the ferries are a part of the highway system that must be funded, even though they moved there voluntarily and are ...

    The Seattle Times

  • The ferries are the only way off the island, except for those with private boats or aircraft.

    chron.com Chronicle

  • The ferries are a necessity because of the Bosphorus -- the strait that halves Istanbul, running between the Asian and European sides of the city, and connecting the Black Sea to the Mediterranean Sea (via the Marmara Sea).

    TravelPod.com TravelStream™ — Recent Entries at TravelPod.com

  • One of the ferries was a passenger ferry that broke apart during the accident while the other, carrying both passengers and cars, overturned causing no injuries or fatalities.

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  • Geoff Regan, the Atlantic caucus chair, called the ferries between Nova Scotia and Newfoundland and Labrador, and between Digby, N.S., and Saint John, N.B., "important links for our economies."

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