Definition of stoury in US English:

stoury

(also stoory)

adjective

Scottish, Northern English
  • See stour

    • ‘The water was a bit stoury at first, due to how fine the sand was and fifteen pairs of fins all kicking off from the beach.’
    • ‘After the bulldozers methodically razed the area, so that stoory rubble stretched as far as the developers’ eyes could see, two or three little buildings, a tiny raggle of pubs and betting shops, remained erect.’
    • ‘It wis that pitch black and stoory inside that ye could see nothin’ even if ye pressed richt up the gless.’