Definition of Lurching

1. Verb. (present participle of lurch) ¹



2. Noun. the action of the verb ''to lurch'' ¹

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Definition of Lurching

1. lurch [v] - See also: lurch

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Lurching

lupus serpiginosus
lupus superficialis
lupus tuberculosus
lupus verrucosus
lupus vulgaris
lupuses
lur
lura
lural
lurasidone
lurch
lurched
lurcher
lurchers
lurches
lurching (current term)
lurchingly
lurchings
lurdan
lurdane
lurdanes
lurdans
lurden
lurdens
lure
lured
lurer
lurers
lures
lurex

Literary usage of Lurching

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1. The California earthquake of April 18, 1906: Report of the state earthquake by Andrew Cowper Lawson, Harry Fielding Reid (1908)
"A. Moss Landing, House, tree, and fence moved 12 feet by lurching of ... ACLB Moss Landing, lurching of ground toward Salinas River carried piles from ..."

2. The Life of Gustavus Vaughan Brooke, Tragedian by William John Lawrence (1892)
"Brooke's Decline and Fall—A lurching, Incoherent Hamlet —In Ireland with M r. Bancroft—Plays Coriolanus at Dublin-The Drama in Leamington—Avonia Jones's ..."

3. British Theatre: Comprising Tragedies, Comedies, Operas, and Farces, from by Owen Williams (1828)
"... upon some sharp, lurching man of quality, and if he demands his money, turn it off with a loud laugh, and cry you'll owe it him, to >ex him, ha, ha! ..."

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