The keen, little old man was besting and flurrying him; he was no match for this irascible invalid.
He was so cool and collected, no bustle or flurrying with him.
His Vermont upbringing told him it would be flurrying within the hour.
Suddenly there was a flash; a flurrying cloud of blue mud; and Grue was gone.
I can understand a musician like that--a man who makes music move like thoughts, flurrying this way and blowing that.
There was a flurrying exchange of close-quarters blows, Rorke spinning about so that his back was towards the referee.
The freezing wind, flurrying across the desert, drove the fine particles of sand painfully against their faces.
"snow squall" 1828, American English, with earlier senses of "commotion," etc., dating to 1680s; perhaps imitative, or else from 17c. flurr "to scatter, fly with a whirring noise," perhaps from Middle English flouren "to sprinkle, as with flour" (late 14c.).
1757 in the commotion sense, from flurry (n.); 1883 in the snow sense. Related: Flurried; flurries; flurrying.