- v. Simple past tense and past participle of lurch.
“His train lurched through a switch that connects two sets of rails and into the side of an oncoming train.”
“The train lurched then stopped then lurched forward again.”
“One of the coins lurched in the air, hanging directly between the two of them.”
“At last I hastily removed my pack, folded my overcoat so that the rings would not show, and hung it up, but as the train lurched and rolled, I was fearful of the effect this would have on the rings.”
“And I kind of -- as I remember, kind of lurched forward, and end up with my head in the dirt.”
“I think the country has already "lurched" into socialism for the most part.”
“The moment his torso lurched forward in the bed, she placed her hand soothingly on his back.”
“The squirrel lurched away, blood leaking from its nose.”
“My heart lurched in my chest and a big lump swelled in my throat.”
“Maxine lurched around the door and snapped, “Hey, assho—””
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Meant to be added to the word 'in' example 'burst in'
City of Bones By. Cassandra Claire
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