Synonyms for hurry-scurry
- hit or miss
- in disorder
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR HURRY-SCURRY
Fancy the hurry-scurry, the unforensic attitudes and pleadings!
The lark laughed at it all; but the sparrows were all in a hurry-scurry.
At five minutes to eleven there is a bugle-call, followed by a hurry-scurry; the whole ship is alive at once.
We slaves would eat our breakfast, and go to the fields, dare wont no hurry-scurry.
The cut-and-cover, hurry-scurry methods of doing things, common on some Western farms, will not do in drainage work.
I don't hold with these railways they're talkin' about—all steam and hurry-scurry; it starves the country.'
Please do not think that I would dream of giving you any hurry-scurry trouble.
The fact of the matter is that the hurry-scurry of modern civilisation is not conducive to artistic work of any description.
Then the house was all hurry-scurry, preparing for my new master, Sir Murtagh's younger brother, a dashing young officer.