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What is another word for ferry?

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Pronunciation:

[f_ˈɛ_ɹ_ɪ], [fˈɛɹɪ], [fˈɛɹɪ]
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Synonyms for Ferry:

boat (noun) vehicle (noun) boat (verb) sail (verb) Other synonyms and related words:

Common misspellings for Ferry:

  • ferrys,
  • feruary,
  • vevry,
  • forray,
  • febeuary,
  • zerro,
  • ferpa,
  • iery,
  • befreo,
  • mvery,
  • freway,
  • evry,
  • werry,
  • firey,
  • fortry,
  • feazr,
  • ferom,
  • yeary,
  • ferrel,
  • febaray,
  • fourr,
  • feare,
  • theirry,
  • verry,
  • jerrry,
  • feiry,
  • gerrry,
  • foury,
  • febuary,
  • ferrit,
  • farir,
  • februar,
  • ferrow,
  • furtre,
  • firery,
  • feaure,
  • frrl,
  • forour,
  • fearc,
  • cerry,
  • febubary,
  • hrry,
  • fergi,
  • merrry,
  • februay,
  • qerry,
  • phero,
  • firry,
  • cerre,
  • fearure,
  • qeury,
  • feriy,
  • febuaury,
  • farrah,
  • febauary,
  • srry,
  • soerry,
  • febuary28,
  • levry,
  • fatory,
  • erry,
  • freerly,
  • feburauy,
  • frere,
  • freah,
  • fariy,
  • febarury,
  • evrry,
  • heavry,
  • futerre,
  • defrey,
  • ferify,
  • futehr,
  • perfory,
  • farey,
  • lerry,
  • deferr,
  • herry,
  • ferari,
  • fery,
  • fearof,
  • febuery,
  • ferril,
  • cefera,
  • frear,
  • wvery,
  • eeary,
  • fersh,
  • freigh,
  • freire,
  • narry,
  • forerly,
  • everry,
  • forey,
  • fiercy,
  • foryou,
  • febaury,
  • ferar,
  • furey,
  • freee,
  • hvery,
  • febrar,
  • firrt,
  • scerry,
  • efry,
  • fairry,
  • facory,
  • febuaray,
  • ferbaury,
  • febuuary,
  • tevery,
  • theorry,
  • friay,
  • fefore,
  • ferrai,
  • frree,
  • forrn,
  • febuaruy,
  • firrm,
  • fewere,
  • furoly,
  • ferral,
  • fegure,
  • feburay,
  • reafyr,
  • frequey,
  • fearly,
  • forur,
  • everrr,
  • veifry,
  • farcry,
  • farry,
  • ferbuary,
  • ferreys,
  • hevery,
  • frezy,
  • devry,
  • vefiry,
  • eevry,
  • ferrish,
  • furure,
  • feree,
  • fiary,
  • febueary,
  • feary,
  • vfery,
  • fearer,
  • ferrie,
  • foutry,
  • yery,
  • woerry,
  • beforre,
  • fouyr,
  • ferrry,
  • erray,
  • faery,
  • vefore,
  • irry,
  • ferr,
  • ferrier,
  • febury,
  • freeby,
  • ev'ry,
  • faiery,
  • fethery,
  • febuaary,
  • farrai,
  • ferio,
  • fierly,
  • fineary,
  • firre,
  • forer,
  • foror,
  • forety,
  • kerry,
  • offerree,
  • perry.

Rhymes for Ferry:

  1. sherry, sperry, cherry, merry, hairy, contrary, harry, jerry, very, dairy, marry, wary, eyrie, guarneri, vary, parry, wherry, fairy, nary, perry, scary, bury, unwary, clary, tarry, mary, terry, prairie;
  2. berry, airy;
  3. canary;

Quotes for Ferry:

  1. I have always loved to sit in ferry and railroad stations and watch the people, to walk on crowded streets, just walk along among the people, and see their faces, to be among people on street cars and trains and boats. Ella R. Bloor.
  2. The Staten Island Ferry remains a potential terrorist target. Vito Fossella.
  3. You realize that the first Bryan Ferry album was pretty good although at the time it seemed a bit cheesy. Robyn Hitchcock.

Idioms of Ferry:

  1. ferry sm or sth across sth;
  2. ferry sm around;
  3. ferry across;

Adjectives for Ferry:

  • luxurious, dark,
  • few unserviceable,
  • small or medium-size,
  • thick-walled high-speed,
  • white, double-decker,
  • transbay,
  • ungainly lunar,
  • flat, squat,
  • small orbital,
  • fat orange,
  • small automatic,
  • inter-city,
  • big slow,
  • six-thirty,
  • same wretched,
  • canary-colored,
  • snail-like,
  • unserviceable,
  • medium-size,
  • grubby little,
  • sight-seeing,
  • fifty-cent,
  • largest single,
  • simple wooden,
  • earth-bound,
  • small local,
  • phoney,
  • vehicular,
  • foolish old,
  • expeditious,
  • well-guarded,
  • unscheduled,
  • next few,
  • bright orange,
  • unmanned,
  • overseas,
  • pedestrian,
  • more ancient,
  • outgoing,
  • big white,
  • unkempt,
  • dauntless,
  • staunch,
  • fastest,
  • laden,
  • oncoming,
  • impromptu,
  • stormy,
  • east,
  • oversized,
  • disagreeable,
  • bulky,
  • diplomatic,
  • luxurious,
  • automatic,
  • rapid,
  • quaint,
  • expensive,
  • fancy,
  • antique,
  • wretched,
  • official,
  • miserable,
  • central,
  • military,
  • golden,
  • familiar,
  • personal,
  • proper,
  • excellent,
  • original,
  • blue,
  • entire,
  • small,
  • various,
  • ole,
  • fine,
  • broad bargelike,
  • slow and often unreliable,
  • dangerous and often impracticable,
  • insolent and incapable,
  • stout and tremendously powerful,
  • normal, long-distance,
  • usual jovian,
  • often impracticable,
  • venerable but still active,
  • former baltic,
  • oldest chartered,
  • old and white-haired,
  • squat, old-fashioned,
  • often unreliable,
  • black mechanical,
  • bargelike,
  • slow and cumbersome,
  • little lunar,
  • oddest possible,
  • now unused,
  • small flat-bottomed,
  • hell-bound,
  • flat, broad,
  • other typical,
  • often dangerous,
  • tremendously powerful,
  • lumbering old,
  • still active,
  • old turkish,
  • large rectangular,
  • good and sufficient,
  • large, flat,
  • three-mile,
  • twelve-hour,
  • picturesque little,
  • rickety old,
  • great historic,
  • unimpressive,
  • curious old,
  • third-class,
  • great natural,
  • baltic,
  • jovian,
  • famous old,
  • transatlantic,
  • impracticable,
  • little wooden,
  • unreliable,
  • uppermost,
  • leaky,
  • long-distance,
  • far-famed,
  • haggard,
  • desultory,
  • more distant,
  • lucrative,
  • disused,
  • gratuitous,
  • taut,
  • tardy,
  • white-haired,
  • moonlit,
  • little old,
  • stationary,
  • unused,
  • rickety,
  • august,
  • ceaseless,
  • unspeakable,
  • turbulent,
  • rectangular,
  • intermediate,
  • profitable,
  • tedious,
  • cosmic,
  • solar,
  • municipal,
  • insolent,
  • ponderous,
  • frail,
  • adjacent,
  • deal,
  • abominable,
  • sorry,
  • pitiful,
  • wider,
  • fairy,
  • frightful,
  • turkish,
  • available,
  • awkward,
  • helpless,
  • lone,
  • venerable,
  • picturesque,
  • clumsy,
  • orange,
  • mechanical,
  • veritable,
  • delicious,
  • miniature,
  • domestic,
  • sufficient,
  • solitary,
  • opposite,
  • worst,
  • extensive,
  • stout,
  • humble,
  • irish,
  • dreadful,
  • chinese,
  • current,
  • cheap,
  • considerable,
  • western,
  • typical,
  • silent,
  • handsome,
  • principal,
  • splendid,
  • double,
  • rough,
  • chief,
  • greatest,
  • possible,
  • numerous,
  • former,
  • modern,
  • human,
  • large,
  • good,
  • heavy,
  • strange,
  • old,
  • black,
  • whole,
  • standard but surprisingly large,
  • bland little,
  • nice, normal,
  • double-decker,
  • best damned,
  • overnight,
  • effeminate,
  • queer little,
  • fictional,
  • coastal,
  • long-range,
  • dilapidated,
  • flexible,
  • makeshift,
  • squat,
  • tame,
  • goddamned,
  • nearer,
  • many other,
  • oldest,
  • suitable,
  • crazy,
  • standard,
  • nice,
  • larger,
  • occasional,
  • similar,
  • wide,
  • curious,
  • open,
  • different,
  • ordinary,
  • white,
  • subsidized,
  • interstate,
  • early-morning,
  • high-speed,
  • cumbersome,
  • stubby,
  • bustling,
  • old-time,
  • convenient,
  • impossible,
  • rude,
  • gigantic,
  • major,
  • free,
  • distant,
  • powerful,
  • natural,
  • normal, slow,
  • bleak,
  • tragic,
  • historic,
  • sturdy,
  • legal,
  • active,
  • smaller,
  • native,
  • damned,
  • famous,
  • red,
  • good speedy,
  • regular interstellar,
  • speedy,
  • lunar,
  • nearby,
  • broad,
  • important,
  • local,
  • mere,
  • sleepy little,
  • inconvenient,
  • busy,
  • fatal,
  • empty,
  • private,
  • special,
  • present,
  • poor,
  • sunken,
  • direct,
  • nearest,
  • main,
  • interstellar,
  • flaming,
  • bloody,
  • usual,
  • single,
  • dangerous,
  • dark,
  • temporary,
  • wooden,
  • chartered,
  • slow-moving,
  • royal,
  • late,
  • huge,
  • asian,
  • incoming,
  • old-fashioned,
  • normal,
  • orbital,
  • primitive,
  • short,
  • interplanetary,
  • aerial,
  • flat,
  • damn,
  • long,
  • slow,
  • ancient,
  • flat-bottomed,
  • common,
  • upper,
  • stygian,
  • regular,
  • public,
  • lower,
  • next.
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