coorie


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coorie

(ˈkuːrɪ)
vb
(intr) Scot a variant spelling of courie

coorie


Past participle: cooried
Gerund: coorieing

Imperative
coorie
coorie
Present
I coorie
you coorie
he/she/it coories
we coorie
you coorie
they coorie
Preterite
I cooried
you cooried
he/she/it cooried
we cooried
you cooried
they cooried
Present Continuous
I am coorieing
you are coorieing
he/she/it is coorieing
we are coorieing
you are coorieing
they are coorieing
Present Perfect
I have cooried
you have cooried
he/she/it has cooried
we have cooried
you have cooried
they have cooried
Past Continuous
I was coorieing
you were coorieing
he/she/it was coorieing
we were coorieing
you were coorieing
they were coorieing
Past Perfect
I had cooried
you had cooried
he/she/it had cooried
we had cooried
you had cooried
they had cooried
Future
I will coorie
you will coorie
he/she/it will coorie
we will coorie
you will coorie
they will coorie
Future Perfect
I will have cooried
you will have cooried
he/she/it will have cooried
we will have cooried
you will have cooried
they will have cooried
Future Continuous
I will be coorieing
you will be coorieing
he/she/it will be coorieing
we will be coorieing
you will be coorieing
they will be coorieing
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been coorieing
you have been coorieing
he/she/it has been coorieing
we have been coorieing
you have been coorieing
they have been coorieing
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been coorieing
you will have been coorieing
he/she/it will have been coorieing
we will have been coorieing
you will have been coorieing
they will have been coorieing
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been coorieing
you had been coorieing
he/she/it had been coorieing
we had been coorieing
you had been coorieing
they had been coorieing
Conditional
I would coorie
you would coorie
he/she/it would coorie
we would coorie
you would coorie
they would coorie
Past Conditional
I would have cooried
you would have cooried
he/she/it would have cooried
we would have cooried
you would have cooried
they would have cooried
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References in periodicals archive ?
The dog had an "accident" on coorie scripts as they drove him to the sanctuary.
Why rub tanned shoulders with the rest of Europe when you can coorie into cosy shop fronts against the wind and rain with the ghost of your auld granny?
Yes, a Slanket, which is basically a blanket with sleeves to coorie doon on the couch, watching TV or reading or picking your nose or whatever gets you through the day.
The slings, which help spread the weight of the child across mum's back, come in different designs with old Scots names, including Coorie - which means cuddle or snuggle - and Kimmer - the old Scots word for a mother's helper.