lurch noun

ADJ. little | sickening, sudden, violent

VERB + LURCH give Her heart gave a little lurch when she saw him. | feel John felt a lurch of dismay.

PREP. with a ~ The train stopped with a lurch. | ~ into Starting her own business was a lurch into the unknown.

lurch verb

ADV. violently Suddenly the train lurched violently. | slightly | backwards, forward, sideways She gave a little cry and lurched forwards.

PREP. along The coach lurched along the mountain road. | into A man lurched into her office. | towards He lurched towards the door.

PHRASES lurch to your feet The drunk lurched to his feet and tried to follow us.

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