Top Definition
To end a night early for a very poor reason, e.g. tiredness.

To agree to do something in advance only to later cancel with a poor excuse.
'Dave really barry'd-out just as the night was getting started'

'I see Mike has barry'd-out of the night again with one of his usual bad excuses'

'It would be nice to go out this weekend and have nobody barry-out on us'

'Why are certain individuals always barrying out on us?'
by ILoveBass December 03, 2009
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