[op-ree] /ˈɒp ri/ Dialect

noun, plural opries, adjective
1 .

1914, U.S. dialectal pronunciation of opera. Especially in Grand Ole Opry, a radio broadcast of country music from Nashville, registered as a proprietary name 1950.

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