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Noun: flurry  flur-ee [N. Amer], flú-ree [Brit]
  1. A rapid active commotion
    - bustle, hustle, ado, fuss, stir
  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";
    - snow flurry
Verb: flurry  flur-ee [N. Amer], flú-ree [Brit]
  1. Move in an agitated or confused manner
  2. Cause to feel embarrassment
    "The constant attention of the young man flurried her";
    - confuse, disconcert, put off

Derived forms: flurrying, flurries, flurried

Type of: abash, bunfight [Brit, informal], bun-fight [Brit, informal], commotion, embarrass, move, ruckus [informal], ruction, rumpus [informal], snow, snowfall, tumult

Encyclopedia: Flurry