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Noun
Plural for a state of great activity or commotion
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“Officials must be able to juggle frenetic work schedules and ensure that personnel issues are not lost in the flurry of daily operations.”
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Plural for a sudden short period of activity or excitement
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“There was a noticeable flurry of activity after the big discount on washing machines was announced.”
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Plural for a state of nervous excitement or confusion
“The Queen was scheduled to make a visit, and the whole town was in a flurry over that.”
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Plural for a number of things arriving or happening suddenly and during the same period
“I'm back to the hotel for an online chat to answer a flurry of questions from fans desperate to know what happens.”
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Plural for a sudden gust of wind
“A sudden flurry of wind vented its whole fury upon us with immense violence.”
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Plural for the characteristic of being rapid
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Plural for an unresilient person
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Plural for a confused mass or jumble
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Plural for a person or thing that causes annoyance or difficulty
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Plural for a flurry of rain or snow
Noun
Plural for effort or exertion made to do something, especially when inconvenient
Verb
To bother or cause distress in (someone)
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“The examiner who is gruff and distant is sure to flurry the applicant, and this excitement produces many little annoyances.”
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To move in small swirling masses, especially by sudden gusts of wind
“As they made their way onto the yacht, the snow would flurry around.”
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To annoy or irritate
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