“I sincerely hope this woman is flattened by a lorry,” prays another.
The lorry hit him so hard he was dead by the time the nearside front wheels rolled over his neck.
"Ex-officer," thought Merriman as his gaze passed on to the lorry behind.
Mr. lorry came silently forward, leaving the daughter by the door.
And so it was that lorry chafed and writhed through a long day of suspense and agony.
Were you travelling alone, Mr. lorry, or with any companion?
A lorry lettered Storisende Herald-Guardian came in, hovered over the canyon, and began transmitting audiovisuals.
Mr. lorry was already calling at the door when he got there.
It attracted Mr. lorry's eyes to Carton's face, which was turned to the fire.
He now stepped up to where Mr. lorry and Mr. Darnay stood upon the pavement.
"a truck; a long, flat wagon," 1838, British railroad word, probably from verb lurry "to pull, tug" (1570s), of uncertain origin. Meaning "large motor vehicle for carrying goods" is first attested 1911.