Definition of "demurring" [demurring]

  • Present participle of demur. (verb) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "demurring" in a sentence
  • "Despite such evidence, which persuaded the U.S. to go after Tidewater, many European governments are demurring."
  • "The fact that they are demurring this year is telling, says Jack Scoville , a broker at Price Futures Group."
  • "After opening with "All This Time" backed by a 5-piece band, Sting turned on the charm by demurring, "I'm so delighted you would come out on such a cold winter's night.""