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  • EN [ ˈflʌri]
  • US [ ˈflɜri]

English definition


  • 1. a rapid bustling commotion

  • 2. a light brief snowfall and gust of wind (or something resembling that);

    • "he had to close the window against the flurries"
    • "there was a flurry of chicken feathers"


  • 1. move in an agitated or confused manner

  • 2. cause to feel embarrassment;

    • "The constant attention of the young man confused her"

Example sentences

  • To move or come down in a flurry.

  • This flurry of activity could be just the beginning.

  • The conviction came as a shock, and she stood still in a flurry of thought.

  • A flurry of excitement went round the crowd as the film star arrived.

  • There was a flurry of chicken feathers.

  • A flurry of wind upset the small boat.

  • Oh , nothing to flurry you so, Mary.

  • The bonds have aroused a flurry of interest from emerging markets.

  • She got carried away in a flurry of excitement, but we brought her down to earth by reminding her of the tasks waiting to be down.

  • They were off in a flurry, little metal buckets reflecting the morning sun.

  • There was a flurry of excitement in the vestibule.

  • It'stretched away on either side with nothing to be seen but a flurry of snowflakes.

  • I'm always in a flurry ( ie confused and disorganized ) as deadlines get nearer.

  • Work swiftly in an orderly fashion; never compete with time in a nervous flurry.

  • There was a flurry of activity as the film star appeared on the balcony.

  • A flurry of excitement swept through the audience when the popular star suddenly appeared on stage.

  • Flurry tells the romance of winter night and noisy world to dead silence.

  • These young fellows are all in a flurry.

  • By and by Mrs. Melbury came upstairs with a slight air of flurry and abruptness.

  • " Beg pardon , " the steward said, ignoring the flurry of feathers,'shall I fetch m'lord some breakfast? "

  • A flurry of wind upset the small sailboat.

  • In contrast, a recent flurry of bearish reports warn that China's economy could soon implode.

  • The approach follows a flurry of deals in Australia's and New Zealand's energy and infrastructure sectors.

  • After that flurry of goalscoring action , the remainder of the half was tame in comparison.

  • a sudden flurry of activity

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