Burry vs Verry - What's the difference?

burry | verry |


As adjectives the difference between burry and verry

is that burry is abounding in burs while verry is .

As an adverb verry is

.

burry

English

Adjective

(en adjective)
  • Abounding in burs.
  • burry wool
    (Webster 1913)

    verry

    English

    Adjective

    (-)
  • Adverb

    (-)
  • * 1819', Nancy Collin, ''Letter to her parents'', '''2007 , Terrance Keenan, ''If Our Lives Be Spared: A Saga of the Collin Family Settlers in Early New York State , page 62,
  • I have enjoyed a verry poor state of health since I wrote to you last ...
  • * 1862', Solomon York, ''Letter to his future wife'', '''2004 , Wallace E. Jarrell, ''The Randolph Hornets in the Civil War , page 168,
  • I have nothing verry interesting to write.
  • * 1913 , Daughters of the American Revolution Magazine , Volumes 43-45, page 626,
  • When we first came to this place our men were verry feeble.