noun, plural flur·ries.
- a brief rise or fall in prices.
- a brief, unusually heavy period of trading.
verb (used with object), flur·ried, flur·ry·ing.
verb (used without object), flur·ried, flur·ry·ing.
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OTHER WORDS FROM flurryflur·ried·ly, adverb
Example sentences from the Web for flurry
I can understand a musician like that--a man who makes music move like thoughts, flurrying this way and blowing that.The Precipice|Elia Wilkinson Peattie
Daughtry cried, at sight of the whale flurrying the water with aimless, gigantic splashings.Michael, Brother of Jerry|Jack London
The freezing wind, flurrying across the desert, drove the fine particles of sand painfully against their faces.A Voyage to Arcturus|David Lindsay
He was so cool and collected, no bustle or flurrying with him.Sporting Society, Vol. II (of 2)|Various
And then their preparations for the journey went on with much flurrying and hot haste.Returning Home|Anthony Trollope