Definition of 'flurried'
Example sentences containing 'flurried'
The first was Richard Savage, looking pale and flurried; the second was the strong and dependable street-porter, James Gregory.MAN'S LOVING FAMILY (2002)
The break-up with Andy had occasioned nothing like this only a flurried sense of insult overridden by relief.DREAMS OF INNOCENCE (2002)
The snow flurried round and round, changing colour as it eddied from the darkness into the light and back again.TICKLED PINK (2002)
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