Definition of flurry:
fox, befuddle, flush, line, bunko game, spat, jumble, train, tizzy, defer, blitz, put-off, mix up, obscure, tiff, parry, fit, dew, hedge, confidence game, put over, band, prorogue, bicker, bedevil, pattern, dishearten, whirlpool, remit, spasm, duck, hassle, flimflam, con game, skirt, downpour, string, pettifoggery, evade, cloudburst, volley, circumvent, postpone, squabble, flash, discompose, burst, sting, acid rain, obnubilate, bunko, splash, untune, flare-up, bother, flicker, gyp, fudge, deluge, hustle, windblast, disconcert, bustle, trouble, confound, spurt, table, scud, hold over, stir, williwaw, ado, dither, drumfire, upset, calm, twinge, impulse, blow, con, discomfit, avalanche, rash, whirl, surge, shelve, salvo, turn off, process, dewdrop, snow flurry, flap, elude, outburst, fuss, domino effect, curtain, pother, confuse, flare, confidence trick, proceedings, sidestep, blizzard, fusillade, blitzkrieg, chain reaction, set back, discombobulate, dodge, hail, flutter, bunco game, storm, fuddle, bombardment, cannonade, throw, blast, shower, bunco, drumbeat, bickering, blur.
- haste (part of speech: noun)
- hasten (part of speech: verb)
- "We Girls: A Home Story", Mrs. A. D. T. Whitney.
Of course, upon the arrival in Chicago of Mr. Stanley G. Fulton, there would be a slight flurry at his appearance, and a few references to the hundred- thousand- dollar gifts to the Eastern relatives, and sundry speculations as to the why and how of the exploring trip.- "Oh, Money! Money!", Eleanor Hodgman Porter.
- "Castles in the Air", Baroness Emmuska Orczy.