I ought to have let you choose, but if you'd chosen wrong I should have felt such a 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.
There is no cur in the De Artigny strain, and I fight my own battles.
"You were always a cur and a traitor, Mark Shaw," cried Aylward.
The pedlar, who was by no means pleased with this outrage against his cur, now interfered.
In the village two people only, the cur and the garde champtre?
The Raven died because he asked too many questions an' was too cur'ous.
"It's cur'osity as is the mischief i' this world," said the drowsy-eyed countryman.
A cur dog, as a rule, can drive the largest wolf on the plains.
But you are learning, cur; you are learning by the pain of your fat carcase; is it not so, carrion?
early 13c., curre, earlier kurdogge used of both vicious dogs and cowardly dogs, probably from Old Norse kurra or Middle Low German korren both echoic, both meaning "to growl." Cf. Swedish dialectal kurre, Middle Dutch corre "house dog."