Just then, however, Rosemonde came back again, feverish and flurried as usual.
"The Three Cities Trilogy, Complete Lourdes, Rome and Paris" by Emile Zola
He waited for a good flurry of lightning, and I was slow tumbling down.
"The Gentleman From Indiana" by Booth Tarkington
As he looked the flurry of skirts subsided and she fell into stride, pursuing.
"The Black Bag" by Louis Joseph Vance
Both of you, my dear, I hope, after the first flurries are over.
"Clarissa, Volume 2 (of 9)" by Samuel Richardson
She would have gone on again in a flurry; but that would have been too pointed.
"Gunman's Reckoning" by Max Brand
Then, as they regarded one another silently, a rustle, a flurry, sounded on the stairs.
"Dragon's blood" by Henry Milner Rideout
There was a flurry among the tall hats.
"Tutt and Mr. Tutt" by Arthur Train
Then one night we played off the stratagem, and flurried the sentries to such an extent that I got clear away.
"Hyacinth" by George A. Birmingham
There had been flurries of snow visible all the morning, but it was in the distance, and among the glittering bergs.
"The Sea Lions" by James Fenimore Cooper
He was merely flurried for a moment in his mind, and probably thinks me now, more than ever before, just what I think him.
"Great Possessions" by David Grayson
The scanty grass-blades yonder shake,
A tremulous flurry takes the smoke,
And ancient memories start awake
At pungent scent of fig and oak.
"The Domain" by John Le Gay Brereton
Never mind then—at him again!
His flurry now can't last long;
He'll never again see land—
Try that on him, Marchand!
On him again, brave Strong!
"The Bay-Fight" by Henry Howard Brownell
What secret trouble stirs thy breast?
Why all this fret and flurry?
Dost thou not know that what is best
In this too restless world is rest
From over-work and worry?
"Mad River, In The White Mountains" by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
Along the narrow sandy height
I watch them swiftly come and go,
Or round the leafless wood,
Like flurries of wind-driven snow,
Revolving in perpetual flight,
A changing multitude.
"Snowbirds" by Archibald Lampman
If we knew the language, we should hear strange things;
Mrs. Chirry, Mrs. Flurry, deep in private chat.
"How are all your nestlings, dear? Do they use their wings?
What was that sad tale about a cat?"
"Secrets" by Susan Coolidge
Bared are the brown tenements, and all the world may see
What Mrs. Chirry, Mrs. Flurry, hid so close that day.
In the place of rustling wings, cold winds rustling be,
And thickly lie the icicles where once the warm brood lay.
"Secrets" by Susan Coolidge
High Street welcomes flurry of shops.
Randolph's late flurry powers Grizzlies past Suns in OT.
Hartford's Metro Center Draws Flurry of Buyer Interest.
A late scoring flurry helped Purdue keep the Old Oaken Bucket.
Snowy conditions cause a flurry of accidents.
Football Friday Flurry Week 12.
Padres Finish August With A Flurry .
Dense, freezing fog and patchy flurries will persist in El Paso County this morning.
Not as cold due to extensive low clouds… Fog & flurries will be the most prominent weather tonight…Low 25.
Rain, wind, mountain snow, desert flurries.
Santa arrives in style , bringing with him snow flurries from the North Pole and lots of activities for kids to stay entertained all day.
Second-period flurry lifts Generals past ' Jacks .
It was another day at the office for the Mount Union Purple Raiders, only this time the office was cold and windy with snow flurries.
The STL Loud 4 showcase took place at Pridefest 2012 in Tower Grove Park and hosted a flurry of amazing acts.
George scored 14 points during a third-quarter flurry that changed the game.