- Compare Gaelic uir, uireach, mold, clay. (Wiktionary)
“There was a short breakfast fl urry and a two-hour lunch rush and plenty of dead space, when the four employees, all blacks, talked, horsed around, brooded, and smoked.”
“So I bolted off, an' in sich a 'urry, that I left both my crutches behind, so as now I ain't got no tools to vork vith.”
“What kind of quality can we expect to see from this? fanboy_d the uk needs to urry up starscream9289”
“Although we'll have to 'urry as I don't want to miss the penalty competition.”
“Coppins, wiping his forehead, "because you don't want to be moving that again in a 'urry.”
“An 'yer'd best' urry, afore 'e starts operatin' 'cos' e won't stop fer nothin 'then, not you ner me, ner Gawd is self Runcorn thanked her and went back to the street to look for a hansom,”
“If we are upstairs she hails us from below with such expressions as 'Come on, now, it's getting cold,' or, 'I won't bring it in till you're all' ere, so mind you 'urry.”
“Pleeceman 'e says to me -- when' e come up to our place all 'urry-scurry to see after me goin' forth again the enemy -- 'e says, 'A man as _is_ a man' as got to put 'is' and to the plough now an 'save' is country, while yet there is time. ”
“If you don't 'urry you won't get it on before the race starts.”
“Hospitals, which show a little Londoner saying to a meek member of the aristocracy "washing up," "Nar, then, Lady Halexandra, 'urry up with them plaites," and we have an amusing little play of the same kind.”
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