Origin of hurried
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Examples from the Web for hurriedly
Volunteers there were hurriedly making sandwiches for survivors and for the tired and hungry search parties.Landslide Leaves Families Waiting for Death
March 27, 2014
Those adolescent, screaming Austin Mahone fans were hurriedly ushered out of the arena in droves by their shocked parents.I Was Way Too Old for Z100’s Jingle Ball Concert. But I Couldn’t Have Had More Fun.
December 14, 2013
As I was hurriedly scrolling elsewhere, she demanded to know what we had just seen.Why Jimmy Kimmel’s Lies Matter
November 19, 2013
After hurriedly wrapping things up in New York, I still had to transfer my life to the West Coast.Randi Zuckerberg: How I Learned to Balance Business and Creativity
November 4, 2013
We are a people that until very recently knew little but the hurriedly packed bag, the abandoned home, the loved one lost forever.Watching Syria Over the Jewish High Holidays
Emily L. Hauser
September 9, 2013
Andrew sat in the dark, hurriedly going over his rifle and his revolver.Way of the Lawless
On the contrary, he went toward the two hurriedly, with a gesture of reproval.Within the Law
"I knew you wouldn't fail us, Mr. Burke," Aunt said hurriedly.The Bacillus of Beauty
John had hurriedly quitted Aggie's company on that occasion.
She hesitated for a moment, then she hurriedly said, "John, why shouldn't I go on with my work!"
- performed with great or excessive hastea hurried visit
Word Origin and History for hurriedly
"done in a rush," 1660s, from past participle of hurry (v.). Related: Hurriedly.