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FLUR'RY, noun

1. A sudden blast or gust, or a light temporary breeze; as a flurry of wind. It is never with us applied to a storm of duration.

2. A sudden shower of short duration; as a flurry of snow.

3. Agitation; commotion; bustle; hurry.

FLUR'RY, verb transitive To put in agitation; to excite or alarm.