Serry vs Sherry - What's the difference?

serry | sherry |


As a verb serry

is to crowd; to press together.

As a proper noun sherry is

, from the sherry wine, or a variant of cheri.

serry

English

Verb

  • To crowd; to press together.
  • (Webster 1913)

    sherry

    English

    (wikipedia sherry)

    Noun

    (en-noun)
  • (uncountable) A fortified wine produced in in Spain, or a similar wine produced elsewhere.
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  • A variety of sherry.
  • They produce several quality sherries .
  • A glass of sherry.
  • Would you like a sherry ?

    See also

    * amontillado ----