noun, plural hurl·ies.
Origin of hurly
Definition for hurly (2 of 2)
noun, plural hurl·eys, hurl·ies. British.
Examples from the Web for hurly
Guy Trevelyan had not mastered his feelings during the "hurly burly," as firmly as was his wont.Lady Rosamond's Secret|Rebecca Agatha Armour
Hurly of creduma therefore comes curiously near the quite modern brassey.The Happy Golfer|Henry Leach
Breakfast was eaten at eight o'clock in the morning, and all was hurly burly and excitement till they had gone.A Woman who went to Alaska|May Kellogg Sullivan
A visitor from town tried to do so by fixing a nice quiet camp far away from the hurly burly.Reminiscences of Queensland|William Henry Corfield
The first one said: "Give him a touch of the hurly and let the others do the same; and we'll wallop him till he is dead."Myths and Folk Tales of Ireland|Jeremiah Curtin