There was a slight slur to her words.
"I'm not sure that's all bad," her words formed with care through the slur in her voice.
In so doing they slur over the real position and the real merit of the Saracens with regard to science and art.
De Rato y Flvia, Vocabulario de las palabras yfrases que se ha bi an enA slur/as (Madrid, 1891), and the Coleccin de poesias en dialecto asturiano (Oviedo, 1839); for Navarrese-Aragonese, see J.
This must be carefully done so as to make them stand squarely and firmly on their Lase, in order that they may not rock and give a slur in printing.
There is no doubt that the absence of a royal residence in Ireland was felt as a slur upon the Irish people in certain circles.
The slur on my name and honor--that's all apart from myself.
A slur on my name?