cur[ kur ]SEE DEFINITION OF cur
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CUR
It is a fool's plan to teach a man to be a cur in peace, and think that he will be a lion in war.
"You were always a cur and a traitor, Mark Shaw," cried Aylward.
Had he not once picked up a cur on such a stormy night as this?
In the village two people only, the cur and the garde champtre?
"That" was a kick that doubled the cur up against the settee.
"It's cur'osity as is the mischief i' this world," said the drowsy-eyed countryman.
Perdition to the land where a man could not live unless he was a skunk or a cur.
But you are learning, cur; you are learning by the pain of your fat carcase; is it not so, carrion?
The cur gravely salutes you as you pass by, "Bon jour, mon ami!"
The cur says that you have had more than your share of worldly vicissitudes.