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Synonyms for hurry

Synonyms for hurry

a condition of urgency making it necessary to hurry

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the act of moving hurriedly and in a careless manner

act or move at high speed

urge to an unnatural speed

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Happily, Ichabod Crane was not in so great a hurry as his historian, but did ample justice to every dainty.
As he warily moved about, he heard the gen- eral call out irritably: "Tompkins, go over an' see Taylor, an' tell him not t' be in such an all- fired hurry; tell him t' halt his brigade in th' edge of th' woods; tell him t' detach a reg'ment --say I think th' center 'll break if we don't help it out some; tell him t' hurry up.
Her cargo is not stowed in any sense; it is simply dumped into her through six hatchways, more or less, by twelve winches or so, with clatter and hurry and racket and heat, in a cloud of steam and a mess of coal-dust.
Do you not see,' said he, 'the savages themselves are fearful of being too late, and I should hurry forward myself at once did I not think that if I showed too much eagerness I should destroy all our hopes of reaping any benefit from this fortunate event.
And she seems to be rather in a hurry," Cecilia remarked.
Do not be in a hurry to change one evil for another.
A MAN in a Hurry, whose watch was at his lawyer's, asked a Grave Person the time of day.
I'll return it as soon as I get my pocket-money," said Rose, coming into the library in a great hurry that evening.
It is just possible--if Blanche consents (as you say), and if we can hurry the lawyers--that you may be married in three weeks' or a month's time.
Now, Mrs Nickleby was not the sort of person to be told anything in a hurry, or rather to comprehend anything of peculiar delicacy or importance on a short notice.
While you were away in the city the Fox and the Cat returned here in a great hurry.
Jones had been absent a full half-hour, when he returned into the kitchen in a hurry, desiring the landlord to let him know that instant what was to pay.
Nancy had been working in Miss Polly's kitchen only two months, but already she knew that her mistress did not usually hurry.
Don't be in a hurry or let anything slip," Levin said to himself, feeling a greater and greater flow of physical energy and attention to all that lay before him to do.
But yesterday morning you had made up your mind, in a great hurry, to stay here, and to accompany your mother, like a dutiful son, to the sea-side.