[ UK /hˈʌɹi/ ]
[ US /ˈhɝi/ ]
  1. urge to an unnatural speed
    Don't rush me, please!
  2. move very fast
    The runner zipped past us at breakneck speed
  3. act or move at high speed
    We have to rush!
    hurry--it's late!
  1. a condition of urgency making it necessary to hurry
    in a hurry to lock the door
  2. overly eager speed (and possible carelessness)
    he soon regretted his haste
  3. the act of moving hurriedly and in a careless manner
    in his haste to leave he forgot his book
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How To Use hurry In A Sentence

  • You may not be able to hurry love, but it seems you can speed up divorce proceedings with the push of a button. Times, Sunday Times
  • Hurry up and get to the point!
  • in a hurry to lock the door
  • In his hurry to leave the room, he tripped over a chair.
  • I wish they would hurry up their work, otherwise I have to work extra hours with them.
  • We must hurry. Time is of the essence.
  • Hurry forward there, please—there are people waiting behind you.
  • Their vices and their virtues and their music, and their greed and their fairyism and their militarism, all seem to have been roasted in a hurry, and to contain, like red meat, the natural juices to an extent that seems to us excessive. This Is the End
  • Why are some small/medium-sized companies in such a hurry to act like big stupid companies?
  • It seems that he is in a tearing hurry to take sole credit for the successes that Indian hockey achieved in the recent past.
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