hurriedly


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hur·ried

 (hûr′ēd, hŭr′-)
adj.
1.
a. Moving or acting rapidly.
b. Required to move or act more rapidly; rushed.
2. Done in great haste: a hurried tour.

hur′ried·ly adv.
hur′ried·ness n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.hurriedly - in a hurried or hasty manner; "the way they buried him so hurriedly was disgraceful"; "hastily, he scanned the headlines"; "sold in haste and at a sacrifice"
unhurriedly - without haste; "she proceeded unhurriedly"

hurriedly

adverb hastily, quickly, briskly, speedily, in a rush, at the double, hurry-scurry students hurriedly taking notes
Translations
بِتَسَرُّع
chvatně
hastigtskyndsomt
à la hâteà la sauvette
sietõsen
flausturslega
unáhlene
naglo
aceleyletelâşla

hurriedly

[ˈhʌrɪdlɪ] ADV [go, dress] → apresuradamente, a toda prisa; [study, look at, read] → por encima, rápidamente; [write] → apresuradamente, a vuela pluma
Tim hurriedly made his excuses and leftTim se excusó atropelladamente y se marchó
he rose and hurriedly leftse levantó y se marchó precipitadamente
"it doesn't matter," she said hurriedly-no importa -se apresuró a decir ella

hurriedly

[ˈhʌridli] adv [eat, dress] → précipitamment, à la hâte; [arrange, prepare, assemble] → en hâte

hurriedly

adv (= rapidly)eilig, hastig; sayhastig; leavein großer Eile; a hurriedly arranged press conferenceeine hastig einberufene Pressekonferenz

hurriedly

[ˈhʌrɪdlɪ] advin fretta (e furia)

hurry

(ˈhari) , ((American) ˈhə:ri) verb
1. to (cause to) move or act quickly, often too quickly. You'd better hurry if you want to catch that bus; If you hurry me, I'll make mistakes.
2. to convey quickly. After the accident, the injured man was hurried to the hospital.
noun
1. the act of doing something quickly, often too quickly. In his hurry to leave, he fell and broke his arm.
2. the need to do something quickly. Is there any hurry for this job?
ˈhurried adjective
1. done quickly, often too quickly. This was a very hurried piece of work.
2. (negative unhurried) forced to do something quickly, often too quickly. I hate feeling hurried.
ˈhurriedly adverb
in a hurry
1. acting quickly. I did this in a hurry.
2. wishing or needing to act quickly. I'm in a hurry.
3. soon; easily. You won't untie this knot in a hurry.
4. eager. I'm in a hurry to see my new house.
hurry up
to (cause to) move quickly. Hurry him up, will you; Do hurry up!
References in classic literature ?
LOOKING CAUTIOUSLY ABOUT, George Willard arose from his desk in the office of the Winesburg Eagle and went hurriedly out at the back door.
It was characteristic of him that, though by nature he was prompt in action, he never acted so hurriedly as to obscure his judgment.
I seem to remember gilded chairs and tables (arranged hurriedly by footmen in white gloves and stockings), linen of dazzling whiteness, glittering glass, silver dishes, a great bowl of fruit, and the reddest of roses.
After the court attendant had uttered more unintelligible words, every one sat down; and the financier again moved hurriedly to the rail.
After this incident, Hepzibah retreated to the back parlor, where she at first caught up a half-finished stocking, and began knitting at it with nervous and irregular jerks; but quickly finding herself at odds with the stitches, she threw it aside, and walked hurriedly about the room.
cries the Captain at his busy desk, hurriedly making out his papers for the Customs --"who's there?
Hurriedly turning, with averted face, he descended into his cabin, leaving the strange captain transfixed at this unconditional and utter rejection of his so earnest suit.
Shelby, hurriedly and abstractedly fingering her gold watch,--"I haven't any jewelry of any amount," she added, thoughtfully; "but would not this watch do something?
The fingers relaxed, I snatched mine through the hole, hurriedly piled the books up in a pyramid against it, and stopped my ears to exclude the lamentable prayer.
Well, well," he said to himself as he hurriedly changed his coat, "what's to do now?
She never spoke; she never changed her position -- she only searched hurriedly for her handkerchief.
Her golden hair, which she wore in long curls, had been hurriedly pushed aside, and fell down over her neck.