flurried flurried  /f ˈlɜ rid/


  1. (n) a rapid active commotion
  2. (n) a light brief snowfall and gust of wind (or something resembling that)
  3. (v) move in an agitated or confused manner
  4. (v) cause to feel embarrassment


  1. For eight minutes and one second in all, the first three minutes especially, they flurried in a slaughter house.
  2. Strings flurried hectically to suggest the buzz of talk.
  3. All of this becomes involved enough to last for nearly two fiesta-flurried hours because the young people are slow about telling their parentsand each otherthe bad news.



  • "I was trying to defend his takedowns," said Swick, who apologized to fans afterwards. "I put a lot of emphasis on that. I should have flurried more on my feet."
    on Jan 24, 2008 By: Mike Swick Source: FOXSports.com

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