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- verb Third-person singular simple present indicative form of
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I don't know if this will be better for my taste, whatever that means. churrs on May 16, 2008 yeah this will rock
*Wun of them offers comforting churrs and a sawft blankee*
All of a sudden his voice fills up the room, a commentary over the yips and churrs of humpback whales.
Songs of the Humpback Whale Picoult, Jodi, 1966- 1992
They darted at Warruk, flitted back and forth, hopped nimbly along the branches and raised their voices in low _churrs_ or louder agonized wails.
The cricket churrs in the stove; the green patch on the ceiling and the shadows from the trousers and the baby-clothes force themselves on Varka's half-opened eyes again, wink at her and cloud her mind.
The Cook's Wedding and Other Stories Anton Pavlovich Chekhov 1882
In different parts of this kingdom people call them fen-crickets, churr-worms, and eve-churrs, all very apposite names.
The Natural History of Selborne, Vol. 2 Gilbert White 1756
At night, birds’ night songs sound ancient, weird, and dark: the reels of grasshopper warblers, the grunts of woodcocks, owl yelps, corncrake rasps, nightjar churrs, even the tearing-apart music of nightingales.
A Year on the Wing TIM DEE 2009