“There hasn't been a peep out of the Obama administration regarding taking away their "gurns" (or their "jerbs").”
“Next up, an Ashton Kutcher lookalike who sings like Paolo Nutini gurns around.”
“I still cannot get over the fact that she gurns throughout every movie, affecting a lock-jaw-like expression that makes her chin epically stick out: I wait with baited breath at the possibility of her and Daniel Craig having some kind of grotesque face-off in some near-future movie.”
“I amused her for perhaps twenty minutes with a scattering of urbane bons mots, then retired to the lavatory where I discovered that the pen had leaked and that my lips, tongue, teeth, and gurns were now a striking, scrubresistant navy blue, and would remain so for several days.”
“Upon the ground, the large curassows, and gurns, and the "gallo," with his plumage of bright red.”
“The 62-year-old sealed victory on Saturday night with eye-watering gurns performed to Tina Turner's”
“This time it's Monkey who is thrown into a grunting, rapturous orgasm after a sip of tea, while Johnny gurns bemusedly in the background.”
“C-Dogg comedy gurns his way through guitar solos and asks the crowd if they have ever seen a musical instrument played with a live animal.”
“The trainer massages some sort of balm into Monfils shoulder - and the 23-year-old holds a towel over his face to mask the various gurns on his face to hide the quite obvious pain he is experiencing.”
“Henson's Blues Brothers foxtrot was his best dance yet, but he's still wooden as a Welsh oak and gurns with concentration like a schoolboy doing sums.”
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This novel by Glen Duncan, aside from being a ripping yarn and beautifully written, is just littered with words that I had to look up and discover that often his use of the word not only fitted per...
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