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lurry

noun lur·ry \ ˈlərē \

Definition of lurry

plural -es
now dialectal, England
1 : something repeated by rote (as a formula or canting speech)
  • turn prayer into a kind of lurry
  • —John Milton
2 : a jumble of sounds : tumult

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Origin and Etymology of lurry

by shortening & alteration from liripipe


2

lurry

verb \ " \

Definition of lurry

-ed/-ing/-es
dialectal, England
: drag

Origin and Etymology of lurry

origin unknown


3

lurry

\ " \

Definition of lurry

  • dialectal British variant of

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