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hurry–scurry

noun hur·ry–scur·ry \ˌhər-ē-ˈskər-ē, ˌhə-rē-ˈskə-rē\

Definition of HURRY-SCURRY

:  a confused rush :  turmoil
hurry–scurry adjective or adverb

Variants of HURRY-SCURRY

hur·ry–scur·ry or hur·ry–skur·ry \ˌhər-ē-ˈskər-ē, ˌhə-rē-ˈskə-rē\

Origin of HURRY-SCURRY

reduplication of 2hurry
First Known Use: 1754

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