- be in a hurry to depart; be in a hurry to go on a trip; be in a rush getting ready for a journey; be in haste to start; be pressed for time on a journey; bustle about packing one's luggage; set out on one's journey in a great hurry
- Things got harried , and l lost him in the woods ,
- We are going nowhere , but fast
- You read about them . they ' re always running off to be with
- Faces pass and i ' m home bound
- As he was in a hurry , he simply got a takeaway from a nearby fast food shop
- Bestowed to the mankind by nature , stone forests are an extraordinary masterpeice of arts
- Try to have compassion for the person and remember how painful it is to be in such an enormous hurry
- Another popular sales pitch is to entice you to stay on the island longer than just for lunch , in the many small apartments , holiday flats or villas available for rent by the night , the week or even the month
- Its convenient and saves time . in tsim sha tsui , you can have an enriched experience of sightseeing , museums , entertainment , relaxation and shopping . it is ideal for families with a tight schedule or families that are in hong kong for a day
- On the pavements of the rue notre dame de la lorette two long files of women scudded along with tucked - up skirts and bent heads , keeping close to the shops but never once glancing at the displays in the shopwindows as they hurried busily down toward the boulevards
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