A sudden or unsteadymovement. (noun) अचानक या अस्थिर आंदोलन।
To make such a sudden, unsteady movement. (verb) ऐसा अचानक, अस्थिर आंदोलन करना।
Examples of word lurch
Unfortunately, the win actually still leaves Florian in the title lurch, even though it appeared he had punched his ticket before the win over Stevenson with a victory over Roger Huerta earlier this year.
Comparing Hillaryâ€ ™ s lurch to the right (and landing in the center) is comparable to McCainsâ€ ™ lurch from the center to the right.
Yet in such circumstances the woman who has been left in the lurch is supposed to suffer, quite apart from the damage to her affection, a sort of moral damage and disgrace from the heartlessness or fickleness of another person – the man to whom she has been engaged; and this moral damage is, I believe, taken into account in actions for breach of promise of marriage (where there is no question of seduction).
LA is right about "lurch" -- or at least would have been before Oct. The proposed $850B spending plan does look like a lurch.
Comparing Hillary’s lurch to the right (and landing in the center) is comparable to McCains’ lurch from the center to the right.
The lurch is a miserable place, desolate, and filled with doors and paths and roads that all lead nowhere.
"You think it would be unfriendly to me and my son here to leave us in what you English people call the lurch; and therefore you are depriving yourself of what would be a great pleasure as naturalists and hunters in which you would indulge if we were not here."
In the next instant, the great bulk of these materials were jerked back again to their original situation, by that peculiar movement, so trying to unpractised nerves, called a lurch to windward.
Yes | No | Report from ggmack wrote 23 weeks 5 days ago my dog got along fine with the choke collar. we needed about 10 months to get everyrthing right. now he just has a custom made nylon collar. he is a big boy. it works as a handle around the house. the pizza man still calls him "lurch" that dog always gets to the door first.