To whir; hurry.
Webster's New World
1817, Sir Walter Scott, Tales of my Landlord:See now, mither, what ye hae dune," whispered Cuddie ; ' " there's the Philistines, as ye ca' them, are gaun to whirry awa' Mr. Henry, and a' wi' your nashgab, deil be on't !".
1820, Sir Walter Scott, Monastery:Some of the quality, that were o' his ain unhappy persuasion, had the corpse whirried away up the water.
(rare) Of or pertaining to a whirr.
(obsolete) A sudden or quick movement; a whirr.
Obsolete spelling of wherry.
Origin of Whirry
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