hurried, past tense; hurried, past participle; hurrying, present participle; hurries, 3rd person singular present;
Move or act with haste; rush
we'd better hurry
servants hurried around
Do something more quickly
hurry up and finish your meal
Cause to move or proceed with haste
she hurried him across the landing
Do or finish (something) quickly, typically too quickly
formalities were hurried over
in my hurry to leave, I knocked over a pile of books
A need for haste; urgency
there's no hurry to get back
relax, what's the hurry?
a condition of urgency making it necessary to hurry; "in a hurry to lock the door"
travel rapidly: move very fast; "The runner zipped past us at breakneck speed"
haste: overly eager speed (and possible carelessness); "he soon regretted his haste"
rush: act or move at high speed; "We have to rush!"; "hurry--it's late!"
haste: the act of moving hurriedly and in a careless manner; "in his haste to leave he forgot his book"
rush: urge to an unnatural speed; "Don't rush me, please!"
(hurrying) moving with great haste; "affection for this hurrying driving...little man"; "lashed the scurrying horses"
(hurrying) speed: changing location rapidly
(hurried) moving rapidly or performed quickly or in great haste; "a hurried trip to the store"; "the hurried life of a city"; "a hurried job"
Hurry is a 2001 EP released by Tin Foil Phoenix as Sonic Bloom.
(Hurries) A hurrier, also sometimes called a coal drawer or coal thruster, was a child or woman employed by a collier to transport the coal that they had mined. Women would normally get the children to help them because of the difficulty of carrying the coal. ...
Rushed action; Urgency; In American football, an incidence of a defensive player forcing the quarterback to act faster than the quarterback was prepared to, resulting in a failed offensive play; To do things quickly; Often with up, to speed up the rate of doing something
(hurried) (The Comedy of Errors - 5.1.142)
For an introduction, Cf hurrys. For advanced theoretical stuff, see Christophe's article.
[more]; accelerate, put on; quicken; quicken one's pace, mend one's pace; clap spurs to one's horse; make haste, make rapid strides, make forced marches, make the best of one's way; put one's best leg foremost, stir one's stumps, wing one's way, set off at a score; carry sail, crowd sail; go off ...
Term for a move usually in club passing where you are forced to make two throws from the same hand in quick succession, for example when a passer throws a crossing single pass in 3 count the receiver has to catch & throw the crossing pass with the same hand s/he has just passed with.
A command which instructs players to sweep harder.
A situation where a hand has to throw twice in succession, instead of after an (expected) intervening throw from the other hand. A hand which has a hold for a long time is not hurried when the next prop arrives. ...
An order given by the skip telling the players to sweep faster.
A command given to the sweepers to sweep vigorously.
Hurry! It’s the end of the world. Go fetch it before it’s too late. You get the idea.