Definitions

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. An oar.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • A hurrok was her next target; once more she went for eyes first, then wings.

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  • Silver fire overtook the hurrok farthest from her.

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  • “And you abandoned the hurrok when you saw I had Gold-streak?”

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  • Carefully, she turned over, tracking the hurrok with her blood on his talons; correcting for wind, she loosed.

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  • The last hurrok, screaming its rage, plunged toward Daine, claws outstretched.

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  • The archers on the walls shot as rapidly as they could, choosing ape, hurrok, and Stormwing targets with deadly accuracy as they fought Stormwing terror.

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  • Sunlight blazed from Stormwing feathers, and glinted on the silver bones of hurrok wings and claws.

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  • The darking that had deserted the hurrok remained inside her shirt, clinging to her waist, enduring without complaint the cold water that dripped onto it.

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  • With her second arrow Daine shot the next hurrok coming in.

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  • Daine picked up Jelly “You were brave to jump off that hurrok,” she told it gently.

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