purry

Purry vs Lurry - What's the difference?

purry | lurry |


As an adjective purry

is purring; inclined to purr.

As a verb lurry is

to lug or pull about or lurry can be to hurry carelessly.

As a noun lurry is

(obsolete) a confused heap; a throng or jumble, as of people or sounds.

Purry vs Pursy - What's the difference?

purry | pursy |


As adjectives the difference between purry and pursy

is that purry is purring; inclined to purr while pursy is out of breath; short of breath, especially due to fatness or pursy can be puckered.

Perry vs Purry - What's the difference?

perry | purry |


As a proper noun perry

is derived from the (etyl) pyrige (a pear tree).

As an adjective purry is

purring; inclined to purr.

Hurry vs Purry - What's the difference?

hurry | purry |


As a noun hurry

is rushed action.

As a verb hurry

is (label) to do things quickly.

As an adjective purry is

purring; inclined to purr.

Curry vs Purry - What's the difference?

curry | purry |


As a proper noun curry

is a family name of irish origin, from.

As an adjective purry is

purring; inclined to purr.

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