-BURY appears in the following palindromes (phrases that read the same backward as forward):
- Nowise I bury rubies I won.
- Today, Ruby, a mote veto may bury a dot.
- Deb, bury a herb if I had a wad a hi-fibre hay rubbed.
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Definition of -BURY
What does -BURY mean?
- A placename suffix indicating a fortified place.
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by Caroline Taggart
The Bedford connection is obvious (see the introduction to this section, but the best guess for-bury is that it is a nineteenth-century joke, based 87 WESTMINSTER CENTRAL.
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