Did you perhaps mean purging?
- v. present participle of purr.
- n. A sound that purrs.
“I won't know it until a few hours from now when I look it up on the internet, but the vocalizations they make as they peck in the grass is actually called purring, and it's turkey for, “This is good grub.””
“I bet that he knew it was time, and that his purring was his was of thanking you for being there for him till the very end and a way of calming you down.”
“It was a kind of purring of the extremely large pussycat variety.”
“I can see "purring," and even "muttering," which brings to mind bits of charred wood falling with little thunks.”
“A low sound, a kind of purring rattle, came from the throat of the thing as it stretched over her, looking down into her eyes.”
“This time he didn't shout the name but said it with a kind of purring menace, and taking a stride he held out one of the chairs so she could sit down.”
“At length, the preamble concluded, he began his work, first by stroking my legs, from the knees downwards, with the palm of his hand, muttering all the while, and then by applying his mouth, and sucking the parts affected, accompanying the operation by a most strange kind of purring or grunting.”
Letters on the Nicobar islands, their natural productions, and the manners, customs, and superstitions of the natives with an account of an attempt made by the Church of the United Brethren, to convert them to Christianity
“Or other effects such as purring, growling or meowing, and even leaping about.”
“An Austrian motorist couldn't work out why his Mercedes car was "purring" along better than normal - until he looked under the bonnet.”
“Chinese manufacturing is close to stagnating, the HSBC Purchasing Managers Index shows; even the purring motor of the German economy has shifted down a gear.”
Looking for tweets for purring.