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- adverb In a hurrying manner.
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Doors clapt to — going out of one apartment, hurryingly, as I may say, into another.
Which I ate hurryingly, fearing a ventral misgiving.
And then, again with a rich deep bay -- a note of reassurance for the horseman, and of doom for a fugitive, if such an one could have heard it -- Jan was off again on the trail, closely, but by no means hurryingly, followed by the captain and Dick.
They went hurryingly along, called from their worldly affairs; and my mother imparted to me her belief that they were somewhat free of superstition because undoubtedly clean.
Which hurryingly they gaind, and enterd straight.
Her majesty rose directly, and pushing away the harp, hurryingly said, "You may leave the room;" and turning her back to Wallace, walked away through an opposite door.
Her majesty rose directly, and pushing away the harp, hurryingly said:
Which hurryingly they gain'd, and enter'd straight.
-- Doors clapt to -- going out of one apartment, hurryingly, as I may say, into another.
After dinner, we went to see a turtle hatching conservatory, to see turtles coming up from the beach to hatch their eggs and bury them in the sands. it was quite a sight, but still a little bit touristy, with us and all the other tourists watching with our torches & trying to take pictures with the poor turtle, hurryingly covering her eggs with sands and trying to find way back to water.