Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of churning.

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Examples

  • Reprising her award-winning role from San Francisco, Michelle Jasso was a rich-toned Lady Macbeth when singing, but not always clear when speaking, the orchestra's churnings tending to overbalance her.

    Rodney Punt: The Mortal Thoughts of Lady Macbeth: A Chamber Opera of Horrors at Fais Do-Do

  • There are all these churnings and swirls and eddies, bubblings and blossomings, submerged stumps and plastic bags and spinning crowns of light down there, and when the sun is right sometimes you can see thirty feet down.

    Memory Wall

  • There are all these churnings and swirls and eddies, bubblings and blossomings, submerged stumps and plastic bags and spinning crowns of light down there, and when the sun is right sometimes you can see thirty feet down.

    Memory Wall

  • I don't know about you, but the tossings, turnings, and churnings today seem to be more than familiar.

    Dr. Cara Barker: Fact Or Fiction? Michael Jackson, Sotomayor, And What To Do When You Don't Know What To Believe

  • However, those who were bold enough, or could suppress their stomach churnings really enjoyed the experience!

    Archive 2005-01-01

  • However, those who were bold enough, or could suppress their stomach churnings really enjoyed the experience!

    New Year Meringues

  • No one ever knew the churnings of this dangerous mind—until it was much too late to stop the carnage.

    Without Pity

  • No one ever knew the churnings of this dangerous mind—until it was much too late to stop the carnage.

    Without Pity

  • Once again I had to reorient myself from a Europe I knew too well to an America whose political churnings I was still learning.

    Staying Tuned

  • Once again I had to reorient myself from a Europe I knew too well to an America whose political churnings I was still learning.

    Staying Tuned

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