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[koo-roo; French koo-ry]
adjective Ballet.
  1. done or executed with a running step.
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Origin of couru

< French, past participle of courir to run ≪ Latin currere; see current
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Historical Examples of couru

  • The people in their amazement threw up their hands and cried "couru," which has ever since remained the name for daylight.

    Short Sketches from Oldest America

    John Driggs

  • Nous avons battu bien des pays, couru bien des aventures, dissip bien des dons: il nous reste la fidlit.

    How France Built Her Cathedrals

    Elizabeth Boyle O'Reilly

  • Cette anne il a couru par dela plusieurs maladies de dysenteries, qui ont est mortelles ceux qui en estoient attaints.

  • En Angleterre, elle a couru ds la premire commotion, se rfugier dans les rangs des bourgeois, et sous leur protection.