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Definition of "lurched" []

  • To lean or pitch suddenly to one side (verb)
  • To stagger or sway (verb)
  • The act or an instance of lurching (noun)
  • Simple past tense and past participle of lurch. (verb)

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Use "lurched" in a sentence
  • "His train lurched through a switch that connects two sets of rails and into the side of an oncoming train."
  • "The train lurched then stopped then lurched forward again."
  • "One of the coins lurched in the air, hanging directly between the two of them."