hurraying

[ huh-rah, -raw ]SEE DEFINITION OF hurraying
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The hurraying brought out the old Doctor himself, who put his hand up to his spectacles and started when he saw the old pupil.

The hurraying brought out the Doctor himself, who put his hand up to his spectacles and started when he saw the old pupil.

But he disguised these feelings under an enormous bellowing and hurraying.

Jumping out of my chair, dancing round, whooping and hurraying “like a daft thing,” as she afterwards described my movements.

She could not even join in this boyish old fellow's hurraying; yet looking on her happy face, he was quite satisfied.