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Word: scurry

Definition: move hastily; hurry; move briskly


Sentences Containing 'scurry'

Another interesting observation is that we have never witnessed them actively swimming as they prefer to scurry along the bottom and climb obstacles to get to where they are going.
As a child, Franch's favorite goalkeeper was women's national team keeper, Briana Scurry, and people use to call her the "next Bri Scurry."
Bethany supported a Jack Hyles appearance in Snyder, the seat of Scurry County south of Lubbock.
He married Lucile Scurry Butler in 1911.
His writing style was distinguished by its depth of detail about players and events, among them: Rickey Henderson’s romp to the stolen base record; the drug-related deaths of pitchers Eric Show and Rod Scurry; Glenn Burke’s battle with AIDS; Ted Williams’ emotional appearance at the All-Star Game shortly before his death; Kirk Gibson’s World Series homer on two injured legs; and Curt Schilling’s “bloody sock” performance in 2004 as the Boston Red Sox rose to world champions after an 86-year drought.
Kangaroo rats are named for their extremely long, kangaroo-like hind feet and they are almost completely bipedal. They hop or jump rather than scurry or run.
The Chouans let the agent go and scurry into the undergrowth.
Troop numbers had been slowly reduced since 7 December 1915 and ruses, such as William Scurry's self-firing rifle, which had been rigged to fire by water dripped into a pan attached to the trigger, were used to disguise the Allied departure.

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