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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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England's early flurry was completed by all-rounder Alok Kapali also edging to Read as he chased a wide Johnson delivery.
Aside from bringing money and fame to young and talented Japanese artists, the recent flurry seems to have shifted the US media's take on Japan.
The first few weeks brought a flurry of activity as students were first introduced to the texts and had a great deal of vocabulary and definition queries.
Mary Amanda Douglas and Clifton Cooper Flurry III were united in marriage on March 23, 2002, at Bonne Terre Memorial Chapel in Nesbit.
To the flurry of fancy new American museum buildings add Diller + Scofidio's Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston, slated for completion in 2006.
Ordained together in 1986, they remain unique in that there were no further female ordinations after that initial flurry -- if you can call two a flurry.
A flurry of activity spills into the alley behind The Shamrock Flowers and Gifts in Eugene as floral manager Christie Slate and employees Liz Harter and Kim Whitsell (left) hurriedly prepare for Valentine's Day, the busiest day of the year for florists.
Bush suspended and put under review President Clinton's last-minute proposal to lower arsenic levels in drinking water from 50 parts per billion (ppb) to 10 ppb, setting off a flurry of protests from environmental groups (see "Scorched Earth Policy," May/June 2001).
"There's been a flurry of construction activity and new businesses opening up in the area," Jibb says.
Spring brought a flurry of tree-planting activities for AMERICAN FORESTS' partners, as communities planted trees in global ReLeaf Forests and state launched Millennium Groves.
Experts expect a flurry of poolings in advance of the elimination of this popular accounting alternative as companies hurry to complete acquisitions while they still can do so without recording a large goodwill balance.
Noting the flurry of voucher activity in Congress since 1997, Segal added, "If the last few years are any indication, this year looks like it will be an uphill fight for voucher opponents."
It is very likely that as calendars, computers, banks, government, and every human being on the planet adjust to the year 2000 that there will be a flurry of new millennium resolutions.
Amid the flurry, Thompson handled with grace the questions asked last year of other African Americans named to head major corporations, among them Richard Nanula, formerly co-head of Starwood Hotels & Resorts, and Franklin Raines, who currently leads Fannie Mae.
25.2702-5 (issued in April 1996) caused a flurry of concern among estate planners.