1 Hurry, hurry, hurry," it seemed to say, "or you'll be late.
2 He'll have to hurry, or he won't have time to change.
3 She came bounding down again in a great hurry, opened a battered and mangy old hair trunk, found it empty, and looked round with her hands clasped and her face full of terror.
4 She had made the slightest action possible, as if she would have risen in a hurry and gone away.
5 I told him to hurry there, and tell his name, and ask Mr. Sleary to hide him till I came.
6 "The monk hath some fair penitent to shrive to-night, that he is in such a hurry to depart," said De Bracy.
7 They continued to hurry him along, travelling at a very rapid rate, until, at the end of an avenue of huge trees, arose Torquilstone, now the hoary and ancient castle of Reginald Front-de-Boeuf.
8 But if you are enjoying it, don't hurry home.
9 I am of a cautious temper, and unwilling to risk my happiness in a hurry.
10 Fanny's answer was extremely civil, and Edmund added his conviction that she could be in no hurry.
11 You need not hurry when the object is only to prevent my saying a bon mot, for there is not the least wit in my nature.
12 And in a lower tone to Fanny, "I shall have only a desolate house to hurry from."
13 I know now to whom it must relate, and am in no hurry for the rest.
14 You cannot think I mean to hurry you," said he, in an undervoice, perceiving the amazing trepidation with which she made up the note, "you cannot think I have any such object.
15 Her son answered cheerfully, telling her that everything was always for the best; and making light of his own inconvenience in being obliged to hurry away so soon.