flurry[ flur-ee, fluhr-ee ]SEE DEFINITION OF flurry
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR FLURRY
As he looked the flurry of skirts subsided and she fell into stride, pursuing.
There was a great snarling and growling, a clashing of teeth and a flurry of bodies.
The inhabitants were surely all of them in a flurry of furious activity.
Azuba entered the store in the way in which she did most things, with a flurry and a slam.
There had been a flurry of excitement in the kitchen just after dinner.
Not succeeding, he raised his free arm in a flurry of invective.
Thorpe had never seen the little Scotchman in such a flurry.
She could not mingle with the rush and waited until the flurry was over.
The reception of the message had thrown the household into a flurry of joyful expectancy.
The flurry was over and they found nothing to do but to cheer their new aids.
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