verb (used with object), burred, bur·ring.
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A person earning 10 dollars a week can see a 100% increase by getting a raise to 20 bucks a week—bur remains impoverished.
Canary bur-rd seed will be very cheap this year, an' anny American wurrukin' man needn't go to bed hungry.
Riprisintatives iv th' Chicago packers insisted that in time canary bur-rds cud be taught to eat pork chops.
Here, with the help of their nearest neighbors, they built in a day a cabin of rough, bur-oak logs.Heroes of To-Day|Mary R. Parkman
It is distinguished from others of the same species by the name of Cubbeer Bur, which was given it in honour of a famous saint.The Book of Curiosities|I. Platts
Arbor, r′bur, n. the main support of a machine: an axis or spindle on which a wheel revolves.