One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
1‘waiters scurry to and from their cafes’
scamper, scuttle, bustle, skip, trot, hurry, hasten, make haste, rush, race, dash, run, sprint
informal scoot, beetle
1‘there was a scurry to get out’
rush, race, dash, run, sprint
scamper, scampering, scuttle, scuttling, scramble, scrambling, bustle, bustling, trot, hurry
British scutter, scuttering
2‘none of these people speak a word of English, hence the scurry of interpreters’
swarm, cloud, flock, horde, throng, bustle, maelstrom, turmoil, flurry, whirl, flood
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