(intr) a variant spelling of girn
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How to use gurn in a sentence
She had risen, and with white lips and haggard eyes held gurn's hands within her own in an even tighter grip.
"I had to see you to-night, for who knows if to-morrow——" Lady Beltham shrank at the words, but gurn went on unheeding.
Once more alone in the great hall, Lady Beltham waited nervously to hear the sound of the park gate closing behind gurn.
Juve went up the five floors to the flat formerly occupied by gurn, reflecting somewhat moodily.
gurn was walking quickly and alone round the exercise yard, when a breathless voice sounded in his ear.