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Skerry Hill was the absurdly-named trading store of a man named Minton, and at present it was in a state of siege.
FORGING THE BLADESBERTRAM MITFORD
But he was so much more sharp-sighted than they, that he was able to discern men upon the skerry. '
There was only one spot where even in moderate weather a landing could be without difficulty effected on Ossa Skerry.
At last they got sufficiently to the westward to look along the outer side of Ossa Skerry.
I've boiled 'undreds of 'em—Skerry blues, magnums, queen of them all, Cheshires—none of 'em takes more than half an hour.
DIMBIE AND I--AND AMELIAMABEL BARNES-GRUNDY
Whatever was pinkish of it was now hidden by a skerry of weedy boulders.
F's said to have come from Norway, and also from "Shool Skerry," 2-4.
So, they had considered it, and found that to tarry on the skerry longer was impossible.
ON THE SEABOARDAUGUST STRINDBERG
He turned and stood on another tack to sail round the skerry.
ON THE SEABOARDAUGUST STRINDBERG
And you would be an Ansgarius and introduce Christianity on the skerry?
ON THE SEABOARDAUGUST STRINDBERG

WORDS RELATED TO SKERRY

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machinateverb (used with or without object) | [mak-uh-neyt ]SEE DEFINITION