“It hits the ear in flurries and waves, and is still hard to understand.”
“She double-faulted to fall behind 3-1, and the mistakes came in flurries after that.”
“The southerly blasts had now left us again; for they come at first in short flurries, and shift to other points (for 10 or 12 days sometimes) before they are quite set in: and we had uncertain winds, between sea and land-breezes, and the coasting trade, which was itself unsettled.”
“To gain back the day lost, maybe they could actually keep school open on a day when there are snow flurries, which is all it takes to shut things down in these parts.”
“Court watchers love this time of the year as the Supreme Courts start issuing rulings in flurries.”
“Well, they decided that they favored the hyperreality of rhetoric, which is to say flurries of language with no intent to follow it up with substantive action.”
“The snow is still coming down, just kind of flurries right now, but it's bitterly cold, 12 degrees.”
“We shall see if we get half a foot of "flurries", as has happened in the past.”
“I asked another expat about the definition of the word "flurries" (pronounced round these parts as "floouureez") because the other day they were forecast and I woke up to around six inches of snow on my driveway.”
“After we got the big snow, George told his audience he would never use the word 'flurries' again, and I don't think he ever did.”
These user-created lists contain the word ‘flurries’.
With so many weather words, there must be some good ones!
Looking for tweets for flurries.