Definition of Lurries

1. Noun. (plural of lurry) ¹



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Definition of Lurries

1. lurry [n] - See also: lurry

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Lurries

luridness
luridnesses
luring
luringly
lurk
lurked
lurker
lurkers
lurkest
lurketh
lurking
lurking place
lurkingly
lurkings
lurks
lurries (current term)
lurry
lurs
lurv
lurve
lurved
lurvely
lurves
lurving
lusca
lusciously
lusciousness
lusciousnesses

Literary usage of Lurries

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1. British Farmer's Magazine (1872)
"... lurries, and liquid- manure carts. The Bristol Waggon Works Company (Limited) Ы on their stand a varied collection of waggons and cirt-S corn drills, ..."

2. The Chemical Trade Journal and Oil, Paint and Colour Review (1892)
"Important Piecemeal Sale of Chemical Manufacturing Plant, Extensive Stock-in-Trade, of Chemicals, Carts, lurries Photon, Office Furniture, and Effects. ..."

3. Preston guild merchant, 1882. Memorials of the Preston guilds by William Alexander Abram (1882)
"Accompanying, elevated on six lurries, were machines used in the manufacture, ... Two other lurries bore workmen otherwise engaged, and before each on ..."

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