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Synonyms for hurry

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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Do not be in a hurry to change one evil for another.
ANAHEIM -- The Angels hustled past the Oakland Athletics on Tuesday, seemingly in a hurry to regain the top spot in the American League West.
Coaches who refuse to worry about the menace of performance-enhancing drugs had better wake up in a hurry.
They are in a hurry, though, and they know they won't get a good price.
Later, my friend says the agent followed and stopped two young Latino men for questioning, although they had been going up the escalator in a hurry, she says, and had not appeared at all nervous.
I think as we came out of the recession, companies started seeing their customer base pick up and they had no time to train, so they turned to staffing firms and recruiters to find exact job matches in a hurry.
Several of the cakes will be on hand in the store if you are in a hurry and don't have time to order one in advance.
If you want to distribute 75 million plug-ins and are in a hurry, says Louis, simply follow these three easy steps: