Then one night we played off the stratagem, and flurried the sentries to such an extent that I got clear away.
Whether this flurried the Female Samson or not, or whether she lost her balance entirely on account of having unhooked one leg, I don't know.
Of all the fiery afternoon blunders and flurried rashnesses of Turkey, was his once moistening a ginger-cake between his lips, and clapping it on to a mortgage for a seal.
Anger and the quickness of his walk had combined to make him short of breath, and he asked the question with that flurried, hasty manner which is common to angry people who are hot rather than malicious in their angers.
Her gentle tap upon the door quite flurried that good lady, who (we speak it softly) was dressing her wig, a task she entrusted to no other mortal hands.
Scores of bridges spanned its width, but no steamers flurried its crystal depths.