hurly


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Related to hurly: hurling, hurly burly, Hurley

hurly

(ˈhɜːlɪ)
npl -liespl -lies
1. commotion; hurly-burly; uproar; confusion
2. a variant spelling of hurley
3. dialect Scot a large wheeled barrow or hand-cart

hurl•y

(ˈhɜr li)

n., pl. hurl•ies.
commotion; hurly-burly.
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