Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.


Let me impart my confidence to you, you flurried little thing, in my own way.

It was remarkable how pale and flurried he had become in an instant.

Neither was she overawed or flurried when her callers entered.

"No, I don't," answered she in a flurried way, blushing to the roots of her hair.

Indeed, his flurried manner as he resumed the letter proved it.

I must own that I was flurried and irritated in no common degree.

She was flushed and flurried in manner; but tried to conceal it.

My mind had been so flurried that I was glad to get out into the fresh air.

One day, after a spree, he went on the Board wild and flurried.

I suppose I was somewhat "flurried" by the danger of my situation, and did not do as well as I might have done.