Noun(1) a rapid active commotion(2) a light brief snowfall and gust of wind (or something resembling that
Verb(1) move in an agitated or confused manner(2) cause to feel embarrassment
(1) Some 50,000 tons are landed in a few short weeks, a flurry of activity which in itself is enough to keep the island economy afloat.(2) Suddenly, there was a flurry of voices from the dock and then Lee saw the Captain come up the gangplank.(3) The girls giggled and turned red at his sudden flurry of activity, as if they suspected it had something to do with them.(4) The arrival of the war machines is particularly well-handled as they arrive amid a flurry of strange weather phenomena.(5) If this is not done, if after the first flurry of meetings and resolutions nothing very much happens, it will be worse than having done nothing at all.(6) a flurry of editorials hostile to the administration(7) The threat of the crisis leading to all-out conflict between the nuclear-armed neighbours has prompted a flurry of international diplomatic activity.(8) If we jump ahead to the couple of days following my third assignment we find a flurry of e-mail activity, some of which references this very blog.(9) The Fiat Uno arrived to a flurry of good press in 1983 looking way ahead of its time.(10) He grimaced and shivered as a cold gust of wind blew a flurry of brown leaves across the porch and between his feet.(11) A short sea watch produced a flurry of activity, with 5 Great Skuas passing north in the space of a few minutes.(12) Outside there was a little flurry of bluefish activity.(13) He had made a complaint then as well, whining of the cold and the wind and the ache in his belly, but the storm had took them and tossed them away to flurry to the ground with the snow.(14) As hundreds of fans shook the sticks wildly, the shooter would see something that looked like a flurry of snow drifting in one direction.(15) But - after the first flurry of excitement - the woolly one proved to be a bit of a disappointment, suffering from arthritis and premature ageing.(16) Suddenly a flurry of movements was shown on the screen and my brother's slightly tanned face appeared.
(1) snow flurry :: llu eira
1. swirl ::
2. burst ::
3. spate ::
4. ado ::
5. snow flurry ::
6. confuse ::
flurries, flurry, flurrying
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