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Synonym: boilbutter churnmoilroilSimilar words: churchchunktouch uphurthurdlehurry upcatch up within a hurryMeaning: [tʃɜːn]  n. a vessel in which cream is agitated to separate butterfat from buttermilk. v. 1. stir (cream) vigorously in order to make butter 2. be agitated. 
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1. He began to churn out literary compositions in English.
2. They churn out 000 identical toy trains every day.
3. They churn out 3 000 identical toy trains every day.
4. Ferries churn the waters of Howe Sound from Langdale to Horseshoe Bay.
5. And should the universities churn out unemployable graduates?
6. Cowboy hats churn like whitecaps atop the crowd.
7. Can this tightly-controlled society churn out inspired film producers?
8. Still your stomach continues to churn and heave.
9. Your stomach beings to churn with the action of the vasopressin.
10. Once he mastered the formula, he could churn out scripts, finishing one in a record 24 hours.
11. Churn refers to the number of people who do not renew subscriptions.
12. Cicadas churn strenuously in the grasses, fighting the wind for supremacy of the airwaves.
13. Why did she churn so agitatedly in my stomach? Quite possibly I was the only one who found her frightful.
14. Such churn is a byproduct of rapid growth in Arizona.
15. The military bomb boys can churn out their own fissile materials without difficulty.
16. Still, near a kettle; still, at the churn; still, at the tub and ironing board.
17. This crowd must churn with pseudonyms, with noms de guerre.
18. Feeling her stomach churn with the painful memories, she leaned sideways and was violently sick.
19. An ice cream churn on a plow was more or less all that a crop sprayer was in its earlier
20. Butter is made by shaking up cream in a churn.
21. Internet and cable television companies suffer from a high churn rate.
22. We stood on the dock and watched the ocean churn.
23. I pressed the gas pedal, and slowly the wheels began to churn.
24. Occasionally they slap the water with their tails or churn it up in play.
25. I sat 60 foot under the stage, rooting my feet into the wooden earth, smelling the butter in the churn.
26. They find it useful to know where, in a million lines of group-written programming code, the areas of churn are.
27. Vultures the world over eat meat so rotten it makes one's stomach churn just thinking about it.
28. The entrance is dry but soon becomes low, developing into a crawl where the stream from Lower Long Churn is admitted.
29. Lane was running when he was knocked down, and continued to churn forward.
30. Neville Chamberlain was a regular visitor to Cirencester, where he caught trout on the River Churn.
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