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  1. hur·ried
    IPA[ˈhərēd]
  2. adjective

    • 1. done in a hurry; rushed:

      I ate a hurried breakfast
    • adjective

      done in a hurry; rushed:
    • verb

      move or act with great haste:

      do something more quickly:

    • noun

      great haste:

      a need for haste; urgency:

    • verb

      move or act with great haste:

      do something more quickly:

    • noun

      great haste:

      a need for haste; urgency:

    • adjective

      hurried and disorderly:
    • adverb

      in a hurried and disordered way:
    • noun

      disorderly haste; confused hurrying:
    • adjective

      showing, involving, or requiring haste or urgency:
    • adjective

      hurried and disorderly:
    • adverb

      in a hurried and disordered way:
    • noun

      disorderly haste; confused hurrying:
    • adjective

      showing, involving, or requiring haste or urgency:
    • rushed; in a rushed manner
    • moving or acting without haste or urgency
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