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    lunge vs lurch

    1) He stepped on the gas and the car lunged forward.
    2) He stepped on the gas and the car lurched forward.


    Are the above sentences correct? Is there a difference between them? Can someone please tell me the difference between lunge and lurch?

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    Re: lunge vs lurch

    • The ship lurched in the storm.
    • The car gave a start and then lurched forward.


    lurch definition | Dictionary.com

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