- n rushing about hastily in an undignified way
- v to move about or proceed hurriedly
- She never sought media attention, but she didn't scurry from it either.
- Rats and cockroaches scurry under two massive heating pipes occupying most of the space.
- Any time of day or night, you'll find dozens of cars parked out front, while waiters in white sarongs scurry from the kitchen to the kerb, bearing trays of steaming, spicy curries .
News & Articles
- Weekly update June 9
Commissioners plan jail tour Curry County Commissioners plan to tour of the Scurry County jail in Snyder, Texas, Wednesday. The tour is the result of a request in April by Kenneth Burns of Burns...
June 9, 2013 - Clovis News Journal
- Ira, Scurry County Locals Help Oklahoma
Ira and other communities in Scurry County raised over $14,000 in money and supplies to take to Oklahoma after tornadoes ripped through the state. Locals say it not only opened their eyes, but made them appreciate what we have in the Big Country.
June 7, 2013 - KRBC Abilene
- Wells Fargo settlement means cash for Indianapolis neighborhoods
For years, Lillie Evans has sadly watched the weeds rise from the lawn, the rats scurry across the porch and criminals break into the boarded-up house across the street from her home.
June 6, 2013 - The Indianapolis Star
- David Cameron in guardian.co.uk
Cameron told the BBC yesterday: "If he goes on like yesterday I think his time will be up. It's no good when all these questions are being asked just to sort of come out and read out a statement and then scurry back indoors again."