Definitions

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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of hurr.

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Examples

  • My son has done two combat deployments to Iraq with the Marines, my nephew three combat deployments with the Marines, and I have another nephew over there now, whose army unit was hurred up for Bush's escalation and unable to do the necessary desert training.

    Webb's Challenge To GOP: Will You Support The Troops?

  • Once my transaction was over I hurred from the premises as fast as I could.

    Mall rat

  • Once my transaction was over I hurred from the premises as fast as I could.

    Archive 2006-03-01

  • Leaving the courtyard, he hurred inside, ran upstairs, greeted his wife, Katarzyna, and called for a bath.

    Poland

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