hurrying

[ hur-ee, huhr-ee ]SEE DEFINITION OF hurrying

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Before we reached the lobby, John came from somewhere, hurrying towards us.

I thought only of hurrying to Prof. Darmstetter that he might share my triumph.

A chattering and hurrying of people could be heard as an undertone.

Sami saw that they were hurrying to the house; he followed slowly after.

But the boy had only a glimpse of these things, for his father was hurrying on.

They were trembling, not so much under the breeze as from the hurrying rhythm of the year.

Her hurrying mind anticipated all he might have said, and would not.

For its own sake, Roland was hurrying to get to it, as well as that it might be convenient to do so.

She was not hurrying, but walking leisurely, reading a letter as she walked.

I am hurrying to the Artillery Station to telegraph for the fire-engines; but it will be useless.

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