nounAustralian /NZ informal
- Those same people now pay more for sherry and cigarettes, and, if this Government has its way, they will not now be able to have a durry in the Returned Services Association.
- The neighbours are having a durry outside my bedroom window and the new born next door wants something because he's crying a tiny, urgent newborn cry.
- Sophie rolled her eyes and took a last drag on her durry before flicking it into the toilet bowl and flushing it.
1940s: of unknown origin.
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