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Verb
To move or progress with great haste
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“He glanced over, his ears flicked up and he bounded to his feet to hurry over, then hesitated when he saw the two soldiers hovering at my shoulder.”
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To move or act quickly or with urgency
“You better hurry if you want to finish sticking flowers in this wall because I can hear the folks coming back as sure as can be.”
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To drive a vehicle very fast
“Already late for the event, we jumped into the vehicle and decided to hurry to make up time.”
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To cause to move or progress with haste
“She tells me not to hurry her as she wants to talk about it to her friends first.”
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To hasten the progress of or make easier
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To bother or cause distress in (someone)
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To push roughly
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To leave or exit
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Noun
Great haste in movement or progress
“Immediately, the owner rushed over to her, stumbling in his hurry.”
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The state of having to move or progress quickly, such as to avoid a disaster
“Calm down. What's the hurry? The world's not going to end tomorrow.”
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A typically loud state of activity or disturbance
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“May this little recess from the hurry of life enable me seriously to look into my heart, plan of life, and general conduct.”
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A condition of being restless, uneasy or nervous
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Importance requiring swift action
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The quality of being eager or enthusiastic
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Noun
A sudden panicked rush of a number of horses, cattle, or other animals
Interjection
Call to move quickly
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