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Definition of "urry" [ur•ry]

  • A sort of blue or black clay lying near a vein of coal. (noun)

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Use "urry" in a sentence
  • "There was a short breakfast fl urry and a two-hour lunch rush and plenty of dead space, when the four employees, all blacks, talked, horsed around, brooded, and smoked."
  • "So I bolted off, an' in sich a 'urry, that I left both my crutches behind, so as now I ain't got no tools to vork vith."
  • "What kind of quality can we expect to see from this? fanboy_d the uk needs to urry up starscream9289"