Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of churn.
  • verb Third-person singular simple present indicative form of churn.

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Examples

  • For the past 20 years, he has argued that the brain churns out a cascade of chaotic electrical activity that serves as a "get ready" state.

    Boing Boing

  • The Kansas City Southern's Holiday Express train churns out smoke and plays holiday music in Beaumont on Tuesday, Nov. 29, 2005.

    Archive 2005-12-01

  • The Kansas City Southern's Holiday Express train churns out smoke and plays holiday music in Beaumont on Tuesday, Nov. 29, 2005.

    Holiday Express

  • But if a manufacturer on the last day of the patent term churns out thousands of patented widgets and affixes each with a patent number, then sells them all the next day, that would not seem to violate 292.

    Pesky (pesty?) pleading with particularity

  • After a year of some respite on the subject, the return of the hullabaloo in the media surrounding the war on terrorism and its attendant problems, protagonists and jargon churns one's stomach.

    Al-Ahram Weekly Online

  • After a year of some respite on the subject, the return of the hullabaloo in the media surrounding the war on terrorism and its attendant problems, protagonists and jargon churns one's stomach.

    Al-Ahram Weekly Online

  • After a year of some respite on the subject, the return of the hullabaloo in the media surrounding the war on terrorism and its attendant problems, protagonists and jargon churns one's stomach.

    Al-Ahram Weekly Online

  • After a year of some respite on the subject, the return of the hullabaloo in the media surrounding the war on terrorism and its attendant problems, protagonists and jargon churns one's stomach.

    Al-Ahram Weekly Online

  • After a year of some respite on the subject, the return of the hullabaloo in the media surrounding the war on terrorism and its attendant problems, protagonists and jargon churns one's stomach.

    Al-Ahram Weekly Online

  • After a year of some respite on the subject, the return of the hullabaloo in the media surrounding the war on terrorism and its attendant problems, protagonists and jargon churns one's stomach.

    Al-Ahram Weekly Online

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