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Subject:Words that end in - GRY From:"Williams, Patricia" <willi090 -at- DDCD -dot- MC -dot- DUKE -dot- EDU> Date:Wed, 10 Jul 1996 16:40:00 -0400
Bill Hartzer wrote:
>> A fellow technical writer gave this to me this morning to see if I could
figure it out (because she couldn't). Does anyone know the answer?
In the English language there are only three words that end in GRY. Hungry,
angry, & the
other one. It is something you use everyday. Everyone knows what it is &
stands for. If you
listen closely you have been given the answer.
Tracy Boyington wrote:
>Been there, done that. :-) The word is "gry" -- some kind of obscure word;
I can't remember what it means.
I also seem to remember another obscure word - "puggry" (alt spelling
puggery). Again, no idea what it means. So sad when the mind
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