Definitions

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  • n. An Australian indigenous shelter made from small branches with leaves still attached.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • To quote wurly: Vote for Obama, I've known you would for a long time, but don't belittle the real questions surrounding him.

    Finally, a post about ACORN.

  • 'Pugtastic' , love his curly wurly tail and his spotty blanket.

    Meridian's Pug

  • Incidentally, scotland is also home to the deep-fried curly wurly… And has the highest rate of heart disease in the world.

    firestarter

  • And little Early-Pearly came in by her curly-wurly and asked me if I needed a ride,

    Blinded By The Light

  • The King began to climb the curly-wurly stone stair.

    The Magic World

  • She reminds me of Circe -- a fat, curly-wurly Circe -- like that picture Uncle Ju brought back from Italy.

    Patsy

  • Kate Bosworth: Not enjoying the strange tablecloth crochet maxi-dress number but liking her particularly curly wurly lambswool shearling.

    WalesOnline - Home

  • Williams, nicknamed 'curly wurly' due to her wavy hair, set a track record and hit speeds of 90mph on what is considered to be the fastest skeleton course in world as she slid to glory.

    Home | Mail Online

  • This is your bucket of chicken - I promise you'll leave feeling lighter and curly wurly.

    Kottu

  • Williams, nicknamed "curly wurly" due to her wavy hair, set a track record and hit speeds of 90mph on what is considered to be the fastest skeleton course in world as she slid to glory.

    mirror.co.uk - Home

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  • do bilbies inhabit these?

    May 7, 2013