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hu reed

  • v  move very fast
  • v  act or move at high speed
  • v  urge to an unnatural speed
  • a  moving rapidly or performed quickly or in great haste
    a hurried trip to the store
    the hurried life of a city
    a hurried job

  • When the shooting subsided, Jamal and his son hurried through the junction.
  • Men may not have hurried to get the unattractive faces off the screen, but neither did they linger over them the way they did the attractive faces.
  • Then we hurried along the jigsaw passageways of the West Wing and into the press room.
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  • LR Family: Fitness Father Figures
    A hurried lifestyle running from point A to point B as a family does not equate to healthful living. Aerobic exercise and unstructured active play often take a backseat to other pulls on our attention.
    June 19, 2013 - KTHV Little Rock
  • VIDEO: Deer goes grocery shopping
    Customers are shocked by the deer's hurried need for a 10 for 10 sale, while a police officer is seen chasing after him.
    June 18, 2013 - News Channel 5 Cleveland

  • Walter Hickel in FOXNews
    He jumped from his chair, very hurried and agitated,Hickel recalled.
  • Al Skinner in ESPN
    I thought we showed a lot more patience on the offensive end than we have in a long time,Boston College coach Al Skinner said. "We didn't really play hurried."
  • Naveen Patnaik in
    Then after that, just try to get something toward the basket. When I went into my move, I kind of fumbled it a little, hurried up, tried to find it, pick it up. Just tried to get it up off the glass and it went in. That was a good play, a fumble... Jeff Green ESPN Mar 23, 2007 48854 66071 hurriedness Their (BJP leaders) hurriedness in rushing to Raj Bhavan indicated that it was pre-planned," Patnaik said, adding that he was now free from the "bondage" of BJP.

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