descry

[ dih-skrahy ]SEE DEFINITION OF descry

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DESCRY

If only she could descry something plain to tell her husband!

And can you descry no difference between his letters and those addressed to other people?'

Bolko could descry the figure of Auriola at the margin of the spring.

Then she prayed a prayer from the depths of her heart; but still she could descry no rock.

No people who have lived much with Nature have failed to descry this.

There was hardly a spot of him where you could not descry some sign of a bone underneath.

Then I seemed to descry at the point of the bay windward a sail.

Silvey strained his eyes far out in an effort to descry the captive.

They can descry waveless water, seemingly as tranquil as a pond.

I hope you will descry in this a reason for coming to me again, instead of my coming to you.

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