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- v. Present participle of firk.
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Ivy studied the next bush, spiking the soil around the base, firking clods with her trowel.
Pedantius, that exquisite Comedy in Trinity College; where under the chief part, from which it took his name, as namely the concise and firking finicaldo fine School master, he was full drawn and delineated from the sole of his foot to the crown of his head.
Adveniat; oats will do, there's evidence in the case; but none of the rubbing down, none of the firking.
Adveniat; oats will do, there’s evidence in the case; but none of the rubbing down, none of the firking.