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s lurd

  • v  play smoothly or legato
    the pianist slurred the most beautiful passage in the sonata
  • v  speak disparagingly of; e.g., make a racial slur
  • v  utter indistinctly
  • v  become vague or indistinct
  • s  spoken as if with a thick tongue
    his words were slurred

  • That never went away, but still it sort of slurred together as the film went on.
  • Clinton might have been slurred last June by the Obama campaign as the "Senator from Punjab" for what it said were her pro-outsourcing stands (the Obama camp later apologized).
  • He couldn't keep up the carefree charade over the next two weeks, though, as his speech slurred, then became incoherent.
News & Articles

  • Intoxicated man robbed at gunpoint not much help | Police blotter
    An intoxicated Renton man told an officer through slurred speech that he was robbed with a gun June 3 at a convenience store on Southeast 168th Street.
    June 11, 2013 - Renton Reporter
  • Abilene patients: Myasthenia gravis frustrating, not well understood
    Around age 21, Lydia Long started having problems with slurred speech — and not for the reason college students often develop such.
    June 11, 2013 - Abilene Reporter-News
  • New technology makes stroke treatment faster and safer
    When it comes to a stroke, think FAST: Face, Arm, Speech, Time. If someone is experiencing weakness on one side of their body and their speech is slurred, they need to get to an emergency room as quickly as possible. But now they have a bigger window of opportunity to ward off a stroke. As our Katie Gibas reports, new technology almost doubles the amount of time doctors have to remove a blood ...
    June 7, 2013 - YNN Syracuse

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