Definition of Lirking
1. lirk [v] - See also: lirk
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Literary usage of Lirking
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1. The History of the Virginia Federal Convention of 1788: With Some Account of by Hugh Blair Grigsby (1891)
"... was one of the Commissioners that located the seat of government at Frankfort, and County Lieutenant for all the territory north of lirking river. ..."
2. The Fertilisation of Flowers by Hermann Müller (1883)
"(both usually alight on a petal, and go round the (lower, lirking one nectary after another—their »ides rub against the ..."
3. Manual of Political Economy by Henry Fawcett (1865)
"lirking himself, cultivated his land with hired labour. Such an estimate as that we have just indicated is often - f great practical importance. ..."
4. London Society edited by James Hogg, Florence Marryat (1884)
"'Twas better than Iced seltner water and Lock, And cooler than lirking a Wenham I/ikc block ; Twas finer than Clicquot, or soda and b., It strung the nerve* ..."
5. A Complete Descriptive and Statistical Gazetteer of the United States of by Daniel Haskel, John Calvin Smith (1843)
"CHATHAM, pv., Newton t, lirking со., О. CHATHAM FOUR CORNERS, pv., Chatham t., Colombia county, NY, 23 s. by E. Albany, 355 W. Here are 3 stores, ..."