Definition of scry in English:

scry

Syllabification: scry
Pronunciation: /skrī
 
/

verb (skries, scrying, skried)

[no object]
Foretell the future using a crystal ball or other reflective object or surface.
More example sentences
  • Moody has a mirrored room where guests come to scry, hoping for a visit from a dead loved one.
  • ‘We have to find them fast,’ Millie said, grabbing a crystal and starting to scry with it.
  • You can scry through time you know, only not to the future.

Origin

early 16th century: shortening of descry.

Derivatives

scryer

noun
More example sentences
  • I was told where to go by the scryers in the scrying room.
  • He had had half a dozen scryers scry out the situation at the city centre, since radars tended to go all awry when it came to the Disruption Fields put up by all starguards and hellguards.
  • The Gatherings began to attract some interesting and unusual people including psychics, remote viewers, psychometrists and scryers.

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