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EtymologyEdit

lurch +‎ -y

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lurchy (comparative more lurchy, superlative most lurchy)

  1. (informal) Moving with a lurch.
    • 2015 July 25, Zoe Williams, “On the road: Honda CR-V – car review”, in The Guardian[1]:
      The new nine-speed automatic transmission has made it smoother than the five-speed, but I still found it lurchy and lumbering.

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