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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The chance of a couple feet doesn't bother me, but when I hear them call for 20 percent chance of flurries, I kick it into high gear and get prepared for the worst.
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.
BIRMINGHAM may see snow flurries with nighttime temperatures dropping below freezing for the next few days.
Hancock's long flurries of musical thought, fueled by the superb young drummer Richie Barshay and the always-dependable bassist Scott Colley, were delightful.
However, temperatures are set to plunge well below freezing, with sleet and snow flurries due overnight which could leave a dusting on the ground by tomorrow morning.
In 2002, runners ran through snow flurries overnight, then sweat in 110 degrees the following afternoon.
PALMDALE - A day of peculiar weather took the Antelope Valley on Monday from clear skies to snow flurries to clear again.
Snow flurries were reported Wednesday from Agua Dulce to Rosamond, and the National Weather Service said 4 to 7 inches had fallen in the Wrightwood area by midafternoon.