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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These were thoughts, with their attendant visions, which occupied and flurried her too much to leave her any power of observation; and she passed along the room without having a glimpse of him, without even trying to discern him.
Presently he emerged, looking even more flurried than before.
I'd prefer to walk, for this affair has flurried me rather.
Everything was equally easy--or equally painful, as one chose to put it--in the path he was committed to tread, and he had obeyed the flurried injunctions of his best man as piously as other bridegrooms had obeyed his own, in the days when he had guided them through the same labyrinth.
I was so sure of his meaning that I said, quite flurried, "You are very welcome, sir.
Holmes, you know as well as I do that a criminal is often flurried, and does such things, which a cool man would avoid.