Definition of plurry in English:

plurry

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Pronunciation: /ˈplʌri/

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adjective

Australian /NZ informal
  • Used to express anger, annoyance, or shock, or simply for emphasis: one man turned up to see the whole plurry show [as submodifier]: you plurry well get up here!

Origin

early 20th century: alteration of bloody2.

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