[ verb ] move in an agitated or confused manner
Used in print(Philip Reaves, "Who Rules the Marriage Bed?"...)
One such wife , Dr._Linden says , became disgusted with her weak husband and flurried through a series of extramarital affairs in the hope of finding a stronger man .(Tom F. Driver, "Beckett by the Madeleine,"...)
When you pass a church on an Irish bus , all the hands flurry in the sign_of_the_cross .
[ noun ] (meteorology) a light brief snowfall and gust of wind (or something resembling that)
"he had to close the window against the flurries" "there was a flurry of chicken feathers"
Used in print(Mignon G. Eberhart, The Cup, the Blade...)
Glendora dropped a chicken and a flurry of feathers , and went with her through the drizzle , to the storehouse .
[ noun ] Last name, frequency rank in the U.S. is 23838