gurn

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gurn

(ɡərn; ɡɜːn)
vb
(intr) a variant spelling of girn

gurn


Past participle: gurned
Gerund: gurning

Imperative
gurn
gurn
Present
I gurn
you gurn
he/she/it gurns
we gurn
you gurn
they gurn
Preterite
I gurned
you gurned
he/she/it gurned
we gurned
you gurned
they gurned
Present Continuous
I am gurning
you are gurning
he/she/it is gurning
we are gurning
you are gurning
they are gurning
Present Perfect
I have gurned
you have gurned
he/she/it has gurned
we have gurned
you have gurned
they have gurned
Past Continuous
I was gurning
you were gurning
he/she/it was gurning
we were gurning
you were gurning
they were gurning
Past Perfect
I had gurned
you had gurned
he/she/it had gurned
we had gurned
you had gurned
they had gurned
Future
I will gurn
you will gurn
he/she/it will gurn
we will gurn
you will gurn
they will gurn
Future Perfect
I will have gurned
you will have gurned
he/she/it will have gurned
we will have gurned
you will have gurned
they will have gurned
Future Continuous
I will be gurning
you will be gurning
he/she/it will be gurning
we will be gurning
you will be gurning
they will be gurning
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been gurning
you have been gurning
he/she/it has been gurning
we have been gurning
you have been gurning
they have been gurning
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been gurning
you will have been gurning
he/she/it will have been gurning
we will have been gurning
you will have been gurning
they will have been gurning
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been gurning
you had been gurning
he/she/it had been gurning
we had been gurning
you had been gurning
they had been gurning
Conditional
I would gurn
you would gurn
he/she/it would gurn
we would gurn
you would gurn
they would gurn
Past Conditional
I would have gurned
you would have gurned
he/she/it would have gurned
we would have gurned
you would have gurned
they would have gurned
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But their gurns turned to cheers of celebration when it was announced Helen had won the title and Kerry was placed third.
The frenetic funnyman is a one-man walking perspiration factory working double-shifts, coming across as awkward as a bag of coat hangers on stage with his trick bag full of gurns and pratfalls, shiny shoes, a badly-fitting suit and wire-wool hair.
Campbell gurned some impressive gurns and said "Blah de blah de blah" - which was the right response.
Kimberley, 27, sits over a pot of tea, while Cheryl gurns, legs akimbo, as they play themselves as old women in a Girls Aloud Christmas special.
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Leading man Cedric the Entertainer gurns furiously to camera and flings himself into the various set-pieces with gusto.
In ghastly frocks and make-up Kimberley, 27, sits hunched while Cheryl, 25, gurns, legs akimbo, as they natter over a pot of tea.
Leading man Cedric The Entertainer gurns furiously to camera and flings himself into the various set pieces with gusto, including some nonsensical babbling and wild gesticulations when his accidental hero is injected with truth serum.
SNOOZE LABOUR: Labour guru Alastair Campbell gurns and bears it, left, Blair bags the chippy vote and John Prescott, right, has a power nap
In that competition, entrants are allowed to enhance their gurns with funny noises, although ours was judged strictly on looks.
DAVINA McCall gurns her way through a number as she joins a karaoke night in aid of Comic Relief.
Lemar of Fame Academy floats by in a gondola, Mick Hucknall is a Mountie, Robbie Williams gurns like a monkey and Elvis Costello looks suspiciously like Arthur Askey.