- v. 小步疾走；急赶
- n. 快跑声；疾走
rushing about hastily in an undignified way
to move about or proceed hurriedly;
"so terrified by the extraordinary ebbing of the sea that they scurried to higher ground"
- They scurried in out of the cold.
- The rain sent everyone scurrying for shelter.
- I heard a scurry of footsteps.
- There was a great scurry for bargains.
The usual scurry, shouting of sailors and throwing of ropes.出自： G. Huntington
She timed her swift scurries downstairs to avoid them.出自： M. Gee
They scurry away like rabbits when they see her coming.出自： W. Black
Everyone scurried around to get ready.出自： E. Roosevelt
I weathered several major crises, without feeling the need to scurry back to my therapist.出自： fig.