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quar·ry 1 (kwôr′ē, kwŏr′ē)n. pl. quar·ries 1. a. A hunted animal; prey.b. Hunted animals considered as a group; game.2. An object of pursuit: The police lost their quarry in the crowd.[Middle English querre, entrails of a deer given to hounds as a reward, from Old French cuiriee, alteration (influenced by cuir, skin) of coree, from Vulgar Latin *corāta, viscera, from Latin cor, heart; see kerd- in Indo-European roots.]quarry2marble quarry near Pucisca, Croatiaquar·ry 2 (kwôr′ē, kwŏr′ē)n. pl. quar·ries 1. An open excavation or pit from which stone is obtained by digging, cutting, or blasting.2. A rich or productive source: found the book an indispensable quarry of information.tr.v. quar·ried, quar·ry·ing, quar·ries 1. To obtain (stone) from a quarry, as by cutting, digging, or blasting.2. To extract (facts, for example) by long, careful searching: finally quarried out the genealogy from hundreds of sources.3. To use (land) as a quarry.[Middle English quarey, from Medieval Latin quareria, quareia, alteration of Old French quarriere, from *quarre, cut stone, from Latin quadrum, square; see kwetwer- in Indo-European roots.]quar′ri·er n.quar·ry 3 (kwôr′ē, kwŏr&