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Bar·ry

 (băr′ē), Sir Charles 1795-1860.
British architect who designed the Houses of Parliament in London (1839).

barry

(ˈbærɪ) or

Barry Crocker

n
slang Austral a mistake or blunder; a disappointing performance
[rhyming slang for shocker]

Barry

(ˈbærɪ)
n
(Placename) a port in SE Wales, in Vale of Glamorgan county borough on the Bristol Channel. Pop: 50 661 (2001)

Barry

n
1. (Biography) Sir Charles. 1795–1860, English architect: designer of the Houses of Parliament in London
2. (Biography) Comtesse du. See du Barry
3. (Biography) John, real name John Barry Prendergast. 1933–2011, British composer of film scores, including several for films in the James Bond series
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Well, she has been sick for over a year, and the Barrys have been expecting to hear of her death any time.
Miss Josephine Barry is dead," said Anne, in a low tone.
Gilbert came up for her, and there was a glad New Year celebration at Green Gables, when Barrys and Blythes and Wrights assembled to devour a dinner which had cost Mrs.
Barry told Diana that we might sleep in the spare-room bed.
Miss Josephine Barry did not appear at the early breakfast the next morning.
Anne hurried home after breakfast and so remained in blissful ignorance of the disturbance which presently resulted in the Barry household until the late afternoon, when she went down to Mrs.
So you and Diana nearly frightened poor old Miss Barry to death last night?
Miss Josephine Barry, thin, prim, and rigid, was knitting fiercely by the fire, her wrath quite unappeased and her eyes snapping through her gold-rimmed glasses.
I think you ought to forgive us, Miss Barry, now that we've apologized.
Miss Barry actually laughed--a sound which caused Diana, waiting in speechless anxiety in the kitchen outside, to give a great gasp of relief.
I think perhaps I will if you will come over and talk to me occasionally," said Miss Barry.
That evening Miss Barry gave Diana a silver bangle bracelet and told the senior members of the household that she had unpacked her valise.