Hurry [noun]

Definition of Hurry:

speed in action, motion

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Sentence/Example of Hurry:

Higher wattage isn’t nearly as significant when it comes to slow cooking, but if you’re looking to achieve perfectly prepared meals in a hurry, it’s important to go for a toaster oven that’s powered sufficiently for your needs.

In no hurry to leave, it could generate snow showers and flurries into Tuesday.

Ohio State can also throw up points in a hurry, with the No.

I hope down the line Apple tweaks it to add a mode that captures both a raw and a jpeg version like many DSLRs do, so it’s easy to upload a shot to an Instagram story in a hurry, but also leaves you with a high-quality raw file to edit later.

In a home setting, it will be useful for tasks like truly wireless AR and VR, which require lots of data delivered in a hurry.

Maggie Hsu and I head out of Container Park, where the density falls in a hurry.

With him one is at high pressure all the time, and I have gained a good many more ideas from him than I can work up in a hurry.

The little crowd and the boats on the beach were right under them and no one paid any attention or seemed to be in a hurry.

That was because he was hungry, you see, but pigs nearly always eat fast, as though they were continually in a hurry.

Murat was in no hurry to commence his reign, and his subjects showed no great anxiety to see their new ruler.