noun, verb (used with object), cur·ried, cur·ry·ing.
Definition for currie (2 of 2)
noun, plural cur·ries.
verb (used with object), cur·ried, cur·ry·ing.
Origin of curry1
Examples from the Web for currie
In the light of new psychological research, Currie asks us to reconsider how we read.
Remember me in the most friendly terms to Dr. Currie, and be assured yourself of the esteem and attachment, with which I am.
Dr. Currie, so celebrated in his day, and so celebrated yet, lived in Basnett-street.Liverpool a few years since|James Aspinall
I think that would rouse Mr. Currie Ghyrkins, if he ever saw it, which I trust he never will.Mr. Isaacs|F. Marion Crawford
Roll each piece in a mixture of a large spoonful of flour, and half an ounce of currie powder.
His life for some time was thus wandering and unsettled; and Dr. Currie mentions this as one of his chief misfortunes.Life of Robert Burns|Thomas Carlyle