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- v. Third person singular present tense of pry1.
- n. Plural of pry1.
- v. Third person singular present tense of pry2.
- n. Plural of pry2.
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- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of pry.
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Frau Ballin pries Christiane from my arms, which have closed around her like granite.
M 'babee, dey take it away, d' pries 'he sing -- sing an' wave candle an 'bury it in snow.
CORINNA'S GOING .... "pries" corrected to _priest_.
But it doesn't end there, using some additional Department of Labor data Wallace pries out another 2.0 million 99ers, for a combined 5.1 million.
The deli man will cheerfully explain exactly where you can shove your freaking debit card, the laundry lady pries into your love life and the grocery clerk reliably complains about her no-good son-in-law.
It pries my mouth and jams two fingers in, gagging me with my semen.
She chases him, finds the mask half buried in the ground and pries it up finding a jar with a fetus in it.
Seeking respite from the elements a tree pries a window frame open, and forces its way into the room.
When he pries open the car's trunk, he discovers a big bag of cash, which triggers vague memories: Was he, in fact, part of a bank robbery?
When the elevator doors finally close, she slowly pries them open—half-Godzilla, half-Glenn Close—and thunders: I will destroy you!