Definition of "lurching" [lurching]

  • To lean or pitch suddenly to one side (verb)
  • To stagger or sway (verb)
  • The act or an instance of lurching (noun)
  • Present participle of lurch. (verb) (c) HarperCollins Publishers Ltd 2016

  • The action of the verb to lurch (noun) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "lurching" in a sentence
  • "It†™ s rather distracting and takes one out of the issue quite a bit with the startling panels of Robin lurching through the panel on his way to bust some heads."
  • "With the current presidential term lurching to such a calamitous close that the incumbent is probably worried about being remembered as George Herbert Hoover Walker Bush, the correlation between presidential party and economic outcome demands some kind of explanation."
  • "I recall lurching into a restroom and praying in vain to the porcelain god."
  • "However, she vividly recalls lurching to the airplane bathroom and, quite literally having a "technicolour yarn"."
  • "But when he came to the pool his pace was so precipitate that he could not stop it, and with a kind of lurching stagger, he fell splash into the greasy water."