Definition of Thurls

1. Verb. (third-person singular of thurl) ¹



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Definition of Thurls

1. thurl [n] - See also: thurl

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Thurls

thuribles
thurifer
thuriferous
thurifers
thurification
thurifications
thurified
thurifies
thurify
thuringite
thuringites
thuris
thurl
thurled
thurling
thurls (current term)
thurrock
thurse
thurst
thursts
thus
thus and so
thus and sos
thus and such
thus and suches
thus far
thuses
thusly
thusness
thussock

Literary usage of Thurls

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1. The Principles of Agriculture: A Text-book for Schools and Rural Societies by Liberty Hyde Bailey (1909)
"... level between hooks 2 Rump, lone, wide 2 Pin-bonex or thurls, high, wide apart I Thighs, thin, long '2 Legs, straight, short; shank fine i Tail, long, ..."

2. Types and Breeds of Farm Animals by Charles Sumner Plumb (1920)
"The legs should stand squarely under the animal, so that a plumb line dropped from the point of the thurls will bisect the hock and the shank bone of the ..."

3. The Law of Wills by Isaac Fletcher Redfield (1866)
"thurls- ton,3 Lord Hardwicke said : " The word ' issue ' will carry it to all descendants; and in the present case the word ' children,' which may admit of ..."

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