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pry1 US English

Inquire too closely into a person’s private affairs

pry2 US English

Use force in order to move or open (something) or to separate (something) from something else

pry1 US Thesaurus

I'm not one to pry, but the goings-on at that house are very suspicious

pry2 US Thesaurus

I pried the lid off

pry bar US English

A small, flattish iron bar used in the same way as a crowbar

Paul Pry US English

An inquisitive person

pry-pole US English

Originally Gunnery: a pole used as a prop in a hoisting gin; (in later use also) a pole used as a lever.

pry something out of/from in pry2 US English

Obtain something from (someone) with effort or difficulty