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Hurry, vb. 1) tr. to hasten with precipitation, to drive confusedly: “which madly --es her she knows not whither,” Ven. 904. “--ed thence me and thy crying self,” Tp. I, 2, 131. “they --ed us aboard a bark,” Tp. I, 2, 131 “--ed to this place,” Wint. III, 2, 105. “amazement --es up and down the little number of your doubtful friends.” John V, 1, 35 (intr.?). “--ing me from my friends,” Per. IV, 1, 21 (Qq whirring).
2) to move with precipitation and disorder: “he --ed through the street,” Err. V, 140. H4B IV, 2, 105. “h. to loss,” H6A IV, 3, 53 (== are rapidly lost). “ne'er through an arch so --ed the blown tide,” Cor. V, 4, 50. “as hasty powder fired doth h. from the fatal cannon's womb,” Rom. V, 1, 65.
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