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- v. To hurry; to increase the speed of doing something.
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Now ya hurry up an finish, then put on one of t’nice dresses Cal bought fer ya t’wear.
They were all being starved out; nothing but the long-talked-of railway to the Adriatic could save the land – let the Constitution hurry up with it.
I was going to have to hurry up and get to the bathroom before I made a mess on Ebonee’s floor.
But, if they don't hurry up and outgrow that belief, the only Yankee vernacular extant on the planet will be found in the columns of the Sydney newspapers.
Staff-officers were also despatched to hurry up Griffin with theFifth Corps, and his tired men redoubled their strides.