Attry

At´try


a.1.Poisonous; malignant; malicious.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Deputy head Marguerite Farmer (left), with teaching assistant Bev White, and Year 2 pupils Aliyah Attry and William Iles.
CSD lists the third meaning for attery and attry as 'bad-tempered, spiteful, quarrelsome', and gives an example from Caithness dated early twentieth century.
Deputy head Marguerite Farmer (left), with teaching assistant Bev White, and Year 2 pupils Aliyah Attry and William Iles, and (above) the Ricoh Arena where the event was held.