- simple past tense and past participle of tarry
Tarried is defined as lingered or stayed about for longer than intended.
If you meant to leave your house at 5:00 PM but instead you delayed and hung around until 8:00 PM, this is an example of when you tarried.
- Claire made a beeline for upstairs while Effie tarried to chat with the Deans.
- To the south of the Anapus is the hill of Polichne, on which stood the Olympieium, attributed on stylistic grounds to 581 B.C. Its monolithic St Paul tarried at Syracuse three days on his way to Rome (Acts xxviii.
- Tarried, and the first enthusiasm of a faith that was largely eschatological died away, while ever-present temptation pressed the harder as disappointment and perplexity increased.
- His power was no greater than that of Oswio or Off a had been, and the supremacy might perhaps have tarried with Wessex no longer than it had tarried with Northumbria or Mercia if it had not chanced that the Danish raids were now beginning.
- Verse 6d, perhaps: " And their ruin tarried not " s171 in - 'n); cf.