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  • 101 hurry-scurry — or hurry skurry noun Etymology: reduplication of 2hurry Date: 1754 a confused rush ; turmoil • hurry scurry adjective or adverb …

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  • 102 Hurry Sundown — Que vienne la nuit Que vienne la nuit (Hurry Sundown) est un film américain réalisé par Otto Preminger, sorti en 1967. Sommaire 1 Synopsis 2 Fiche technique 3 Distribution 4 Lien e …

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  • 103 hurry-scurry — /herr ee skerr ee, hur ee skur ee/, n., adv., adj. n. 1. headlong, disorderly haste; hurry and confusion. adv. 2. with hurrying and scurrying. 3. confusedly; in a bustle. adj. 4. characterized by headlong, disorderly flight or haste. Also, hurry… …

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  • 104 hurry sickness — n. A malaise where a person feels chronically short of time, and so tends to perform every task faster and to get flustered when encountering any kind of delay. Example Citation: The microwave oven is one of the modern objects that convey the… …

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  • 105 hurry-scurry — n 1. haste, rush, precipitation; confusion, disorder; agitation, perturbation, disquietude, fidgetiness, dither, jitters, Inf. stew, Inf. sweat, Inf. cold sweat; flurry, flutter, fuss, furor, ruffle, turmoil, commotion; stir, whirl, pother, Dial …

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  • 106 hurry up and wait — in. to be alternately rushed and delayed in a hectic situation. (Often with the force of a modifier.) □ I hate to hurry up and wait. □ It’s always hurry up and wait around here …

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  • 107 hurry on with — or[make haste with] {v. phr.} To make rapid progress in an undertaking. * /Sue promised to hurry on with the report and send it out today./ …

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  • 108 hurry on with — or[make haste with] {v. phr.} To make rapid progress in an undertaking. * /Sue promised to hurry on with the report and send it out today./ …

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  • 109 hurry-skurry — noun see hurry scurry …

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  • 110 hurry-skurry — noun To hurry; act hurriedly …

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  • 111 hurry along — see hurry up …

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  • 112 hurry up and wait — to prepare quickly for an activity that is then delayed. Air travel seems to be nothing but hurry up and wait you race to the airport two hours before your flight time, and then depart two hours late …

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  • 113 hurry-skurry — I. n. (Colloq.) Flutter, flurry, agitation, confusion, hurry, fluttering haste, great confusion. II. ad. Confusedly, pell mell, helter skelter, headlong, with a huddling rush, heels over head …

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  • 114 hurry call — noun : an emergency summons * * * hurry call, a call for immediate help in an emergency …

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  • 115 hurry-durry — adjective Etymology: reduplication of hurry (II) obsolete, of weather : windy and rainy …

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  • 116 hurry-burry — I. |həri|bəri noun ( es) Etymology: reduplication (influenced by hurly burly) of hurry (II) Scotland : hurly burly …

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  • 117 hurry-scurry — n., adj., & adv. n. disorderly haste. adj. & adv. in confusion. Etymology: jingling redupl. of HURRY …

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  • 118 hurry up and wait — Canadian Slang denotes a situation where something isn t well organized, is rushed into by personnel and some form of delay makes them all wait in the end …

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  • 119 hurry someone up — make someone move faster …

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  • 120 Hurry Sundown —    Voir Que vienne la nuit …

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