flurry


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Synonyms for flurry

Synonyms for flurry

agitated, excited movement and activity

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a rapid active commotion

a light brief snowfall and gust of wind (or something resembling that)

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move in an agitated or confused manner

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According to experts, the short-lived flurry does not mean we should brace ourselves for a second big freeze.
This year sees the percentages slightly more in favour of a white Christmas, and for Wales, the higher ground over Mid and North Wales could well see some snowfall, but there is a possibility lower levels will see a flurry or two.
But once he got that out of his system, Jackson looked much like himself as he knocked out Marvin Eastman with a flurry of right uppercuts that put Eastman to sleep 3:49 of the second round.
Professional journals these days brim with new developments in the field of antimicrobial resistance, and scarcely a week goes by without a flurry of new reports on "super bugs" in popular media.
Among the flurry of annual reports condemning the House of Saud was one from the American government itself.
The intruder was not hit by the flurry of gunfire, but it did discourage him, and he fled.
BOOKMAKERS slashed the odds on a white Christmas from 4/1 to 7/2 yesterday after a flurry of big bets.
Levins said he was concerned this could lead to a flurry of requests for records by veterans to the center, which already faces a backlog of 120,000 records requests.
THE KING OF THE ROAD FREIGHT-TRAINED INTO NOR-CAL with a last-minute showdown at the Marin County Pat Duffy rail and a flurry of mohawks at Hubba Hideout.
Pope John Paul II's statement about the moral obligation to feed and hydrate patients who are in a "persistent vegetative state" has caused a flurry of questions among health care providers, ethicists, and families alike--and no easy answers have been reached yet.
Since then there has been an explosion of site personalization--OK, a mild flurry.
In a flurry of activity, CMP Media (Manhasset, NY) has begun the publication of new magazines for China and the Middle East, a new e-newsletter and two new high tech online information services.
Yesterday, some upland parts of North Northumberland were still under a light covering of snow, following a flurry on Monday.
The late 19th and early 20th centuries saw a flurry of inventors striving to find a way to enable man to take to the skies.
We won't see a flurry of activity until the attestation standards are released," probably later this year, Stephens adds.