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  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of wry.

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Examples

  • “By illuminating so clearly the racial content of the secession persuasion, the commissioners would seem to have laid to rest, once and for all, any notion that slavery had nothing to do with the coming of the Civil War,” Dew wries.

    Disunion lobbyists important to secession movement

  • Woodward wries a couple of glowing Bush praise books, and W and the BA loves him.

    Think Progress » President Bush is “ticked off big-time”

  • I hate it when I get on this site and my computer slows down and skips letters I type and when I go back to make corrections, I will type a word ad it wries over the text I have already placed.

    mesocyclone Diary Entry

  • He wries: Angry Bear: Roubini's not wrong, but ...

    Blogrunner

  • If he ever lost the pen, what poem would he wries.

    dbqp: visualizing poetics

  • Father Richard John Neuhaus wries in First Things:

    Something to take ...

  • Talking about stacking the deck-1) the guy runs Escape Pod,2) the guy wries a hell of a good story, and 3) If 2″ isn’t good enough he gets Paul Jenkins with his wonderful enunciation to read said story.

    EP050: The Malcontent

  • The New York Daily News wries that Oscar winner A.R. Rahman helped Nicole Scherzinger and the Pussycat Dolls with English lyrics.

    ShoppingBlog.com

  • Bolling wries, "I have been a Hotmail user since before it was bought by Microsoft.

    doggdot.us

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