Definition of ferrety in English:

ferrety

adjective

  • See ferret

    • ‘Although Jones looks like a pug-faced baby and Watkins is all lean, ferrety anxiety, they could almost be brothers.’
    • ‘The main purveyor is the ferrety Draco Malfoy, who brings a particularly Aryan look to his baleful glare and assorted discriminations.’
    • ‘Taylor plays him with ferrety frowns and twitchy fingers.’
    • ‘The weaselish ferrety damage coincides all too well with Sporkenbobble's plans.’
    • ‘He probably meant to sound authoritative, but only succeeded in sounding ferrety.’

Pronunciation

ferrety

/ˈfɛrɪti/