Noun(1) gold or silver wire thread(2) a basic knitting stitch made by putting the needle through the front of the stich from the righthand side
Verb(1) flow in a circular current, of liquids(2) make a murmuring sound(3) knit with a purl stitch(4) edge or border with gold or silver embroidery(5) embroider with gold or silver thread
(1) Or perhaps it'll be cyber-knitters, chanting some elaborated version of ├ö├ç├┐knit one, purl two├ö├ç├û as they create mythic tapestries or heal rifts in the fabric of space-time.(2) I was most overwhelmed and went to bed having nightmares about socked feet walking up and down my naked body shouting knit one purl one faster faster├ö├ç┬¬(3) knit one, purl one(4) Suddenly he found there were other skills he had to teach his girls - knitting was just one of them, but the self-taught silversmith soon picked up the knit one, purl one skills as well!(5) It was just an experiment piece - where I tried to remember how to knit, purl , cast off, increase and decrease etc.(6) To spend a long part of your career knitting one purl , one plain, operating mainly below the radar level, and then to receive one of the world's great prizes is amazing.(7) I searched the Internet and found Web sites that had actual movies of how to cast on as well as knit, purl , and cast off.(8) Although, I find it less annoying than a rib - knit 3, move yarn, purl 3, move yarn, repeat - because I always loose track of what stitch I'm on.(9) Purl one, knit one, purl one, purl one - wait, that was a knit, wasn't it?(10) it was quiet except for the liquid purl of the fountain(11) a purl stitch(12) large stones stood blackly in the water, making it purl as it rolled around them(13) ├ö├ç├┐See how easily the white meat slices,├ö├ç├û a dark, rumbling voice purled around the gunner's ears.(14) The shadows lurched forward, purling around his ankles like tendrils of smoke.(15) No. 23 (F Major - Moderato) purls off the piano like drops of water for some forty seconds before the conclusion begins, in No. 24 (D Minor - Allegro appassionato), sweeping, broad, interlaced with runs.(16) A mercurial figure whom Sacco often draws veiled in purls of cigarette smoke, Neven is a ├ö├ç├┐fixer,├ö├ç├û a source and guide to foreign journalists seeking access to the front lines.