scurry


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Synonyms for scurry

Synonyms for scurry

to move swiftly on foot so that both feet leave the ground during each stride

Synonyms for scurry

rushing about hastily in an undignified way

to move about or proceed hurriedly

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The court heard how Scurry, of Lincoln Street, Garston, was "terrified" of the prospect of being put behind bars.
56pm, Scurry, 22, and Edey, 29, forced their way into the back of the Nadia Balti House demanding money from the manager and throwing items around the premises.
The Hilltoppers kept the lead the rest of the half despite sensational shooting by Scurry, who scored 16 points, many on tough, pull-up jumpers.
The thrilling spectacle of scurry driving was first recorded in the United States in the 1950s before coming to the UK and Europe in the 1960s where it has become ever more popular with a number of British drivers taking the top places in the European championships.
The Scurry was for decades recognised as the ultimate sprint title during it's years at White City, Wembley and Catford and - although it no longer carries the grade 1 status - it is still among the top races for the two-bend specialists.
While not his favourite pastime - Chris can often be found driving his coach and horses across the region - he firmly believes that the scurry racing is one of the highlights of the annual event.
Sundhage said the controversy surrounding Scurry and Solo at the last World Cup was not a factor in her decision to drop Scurry.
When the young thief grabbed the cash drawer and attempted to scurry out a side door, Scholl yelled at her, then rushed to the door, grabbed the fleeing girl's sweatshirt, and pulled her back into the store.
Chris won the emphatic approval of the crowd and judges in pounding out a pulsating five round rematch decision against Craig Scurry.
NEW YORK-Retailer and designer Pamela Scurry, a darling of the shelter magazines, introduced her first home textiles collection with Mohawk Home.
Species in the genus Dipodomys, nocturnal rodents that scurry through North America's deserts, have epitomized toughness in punishing climates, says Randall Tracy of the University of Connecticut in Storrs.
Employee trauma, lingering health concerns and a seriously hobbled transportation system sent companies scurrying or trying to scurry from the area.
Our country wants to believe it's safe, but the truth is it's hard to fight mice--people who scurry, hide, and live in shadows.
Samsung's Scurry concept, right, works on the same principle but looks a hell of a lot cooler.
First, there is Sniff -- who sniffs out change early; then there is Scurry -- who scurries into action.