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Definition of "objurgating" [objurgating]

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

Use "objurgating" in a sentence
  • "With the loose end of bark in his bill, tugging and fluttering, using his tail as a lever with the tree as a fulcrum, and objurgating in unseemly tones, as the bark resists his efforts, the drongo assists the Moreton Bay ash in discarding worn-out epidermis, and the tree reciprocates by offering safe nesting-place on its most brittle branches."
  • "In another case a woman rushed into the street, alternately objurgating and pleading with the spirits, who, she said, were vexing her child which had convulsions."
  • "The sailor-man, who had been objurgating straight ahead all this time, now weighed anchor and put the boat in towards shore."
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