flurry

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Synonyms for flurry

Synonyms for flurry

agitated, excited movement and activity

Synonyms for flurry

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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But she loved all the singing, dancing, impressive costumes and sets and thought that the flurries of snow which fell onto the stage were magical.
Further flurries are expected on high ground in Wales, northern England and the Peak District, while the Met Office last night issued a "be prepared" warning for large parts of Scotland.
Santa Clarita's last real snowfall was in February 1989, though a few isolated flurries have hit over the years.
The main flurries are expected this evening as cold wind pushes rain, sleet and snow up from the South-west with temperatures set to dip from 5C (41F) to freezing overnight.
Customers at Circle K stores across the country can expect continuous snow flurries through the end of December.
Snow flurries might hit the Grapevine, ``but nothing too significant,'' Seto said.
BIRMINGHAM may see snow flurries with nighttime temperatures dropping below freezing for the next few days.