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  • v. Present participle of flurry.


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flurry +‎ -ing


  • The blizzard of budget numbers flurrying around Washington is disorienting.

    Robert L. Borosage: Succor the Rich, Suffer the Child

  • Daylight won across Chilcoot that same day, dropping down five hundred feet in the darkness and the flurrying snow to Crater

    Chapter V

  • Daughtry cried, at sight of the whale flurrying the water with aimless, gigantic splashings.


  • The flurrying snow did not permit the fire to burn any too well, while the wind cut through their clothes and chilled their bodies.


  • Sort of flurrying with the drizzle here in the Gaithersburg Airpark.

    And the awards for 'Best Snow Comments' go to...

  • The video screen depicted rivers of molten lava swallowing a dystopian cityscape while red confetti came flurrying from the rafters.

    In concert: Rihanna at Jiffy Lube Live

  • It was flurrying when we went underground, but the cave itself was cave temperature, which is to say about 55 degrees.

    a day without a bruise is wasted.

  • The Walkmen's best trick is the way Matt Barrick's fast-flurrying drums, Paul Maroon's surfing-the-Arctic-Sea guitar and Hamilton Leithauser's wraithlike vocals seem initially to be performing different songs, then fuse together with an immediacy that snaps your head back.

    In concert: The Walkmen at 9:30 Club

  • They swam close enough to see fish flurrying around something that looked like a treasure chest.

    The Three Furies

  • For now more than ever he had reason to hide, thoroughly coated as he was with the dust that shrouded everything in his room, flurrying about at the vaguest movement.

    The Metamorphosis, in The Penal Colony,and Other Stories


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