What is the
difference between HARRY and HURRY?
What is the difference between HARRY and HURRY? :
Harry : (verb)
( 1 ) Annoy someone with repeated requests, questions, etc…
I was harried by press reporters wanting a story.
He set to work harrying people for donations.
( 2 ) Raid and plunder repeatedly
Dacoits harried that village.
Hurry : (noun)
( 1 ) Need or wish to get something done quickly
What is the hurry? Stay for a little longer.
In his hurry to leave, he forgot his passport.
There is no hurry. So do it slowly and carefully.
Hurry : (verb)
( 1 ) Rush do something or move quickly
Do not hurry. There is plenty of time.
It is no use trying to make her hurry.
( 2 ) Make someone to something or move quickly
We are late. I must hurry you.
They hurried her into the hospital.
I was hurried into making an unwise decision.
( 3 ) Hasten the process of something
A good meal should never be hurried.
( 4 ) Do something quickly
Hurry up and get ready. We are waiting.
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