Tarry Definition English

The verb tarry is perfect for describing what happens when the parents you see once a year come to your house for lunch and never seem to leave. When people linger, they stay close and take a long time to leave, sometimes prowling or loitering, or sometimes enjoying each other`s company. Tarry can also mean hanging out in the same place aimlessly. You can linger in the park until the day fades and you have to go home. Black Hoof was there with great strength, but he couldn`t stay without leaving the cities of Scioto discovered. If I could wait four or five more days, I could run it before going to London. Even though we wanted to stay in this area, our time was so limited that we were forced to rush. They were all made by monks and from memory; for the monks did not linger. Tarry (third person singular simple present Tarries, present participle Tarrying, Past Simple and Past participle Tarried) (dated) The eastern pier, inasmuch as it was dry, was covered with the fashion and beauty – as well as fish and tar – of the city. To linger is to linger and take your time.

If you really like going to Sally`s Diner for dessert, you can linger over a coffee and leave at the end after closing the kitchen. If you are neither a buyer of gold nor a seller of silver, do not stay at my door; I have no time for beggars. An industrial park called Grove 270 is located where Steve Miller spent too much time on stage. From Middle English Tarian, Terian (“to annoy, harass, hesitate, delay”), Old English tirian, tirġan, terġan (“to worry, annoy, pain, provoke, excite”), Proto-Germanic *terganą, *targijaną (“to pull, tease, irritate”), from Proto-Indo-European *deregh- (“to pull, pull, irritate”). Linked to Dutch tergen (“to provoke”), German zergen (“to annoy, irritate, provoke”), Norwegian Bokmål terge (“to irritate, provoke”), to Russian дёргать (djórgatʹ, “to shoot, pull, tear, tear”). See also Walloon tårdjî (“to be late, to be slow, to wait”). From Middle English terrie, equivalent to tar + -y. You can also find related words, phrases, and synonyms in the topics:.