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- prypriesprionrhag busnesaPRYOR
Noun(1) a heavy iron lever with one end forged into a wedge
Verb(1) to move or force, especially in an effort to get something open(2) be nosey(3) search or inquire in a meddlesome way(4) make an uninvited or presumptuous inquiry
(1) Not being one to pry I simply privately wondered at the specifics involved.(2) I knew that I had no right to pry into Brent's life; I wouldn't have wanted him prying into my business after all but I thought of him as a friend and I wanted him to open up to me.(3) He wondered why Chinese are so persistent in their effort to pry into other people's personal affairs.(4) It's not like a screwdriver, which you at least can use to pry a paint can open.(5) There would never be anyone who could get up to my room's window in the first place, pry it open from the outside and get in without me knowing.(6) Doors also take abuse from cab riders, who hold doors open, pry them apart, and force objects into the door sills so that they don't close.(7) Hackers move to pry such systems open and apart.(8) I don't think we need to pry answers out of our children.(9) The hands moved from David's torso to his fists to pry them open.(10) For several moments I tried desperately to pry my eyes open.(11) The strange voice was beginning to get on her nerves talking in that matter-of-factly tone, and she tried even harder to bring herself to be able to pry her eyes open.(12) I tried to pry things out of him, but he just wouldn't tell me what I wanted to hear.(13) He screamed frantically trying to pry the rusted latch open.(14) He walked over to the stall, looked in, and found her struggling to pry a small window open.(15) For any individual, privacy should be respected, with no one allowed to pry into and comment on someone else's personal affairs.(16) More amusingly, a Simon flack briefly attempted to ban me from the campaign after my latest efforts to pry answers out of his blandly evasive candidate.
(1) pry bar :: bar pry
1. crowbar ::
2. inquire impertinently ::
3. lever ::
4. wring ::
5. horn in ::
6. prize ::
Different Formspries, prion, prions, pry, prying, pryor
Word Example from TV Shows
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or I'm gonna
PRY it from your head.
Westworld Season 2, Episode 10
You can't PRY it or chop it or melt it.
Game of Thrones Season 2, Episode 5
They can PRY out the gems,
the rest is pure gold.
Game of Thrones Season 2, Episode 5
I can'’t PRY.
The Big Bang Theory Season 12, Episode 4
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