The definition of alarm is to warn of danger or to make someone afraid or distressed.
To burst is defined as to break apart suddenly and with force.
a light brief snowfall and gust of wind (or something resembling that)
To affect or be affected with panic.
To go with light running steps; scamper.
Whirl is defined as to spin, rotate or move quickly in a circular motion.
(Intransitive) To do something which is of negligible inconvenience.
To hurry busily or with much fuss and bother
(--- Archaic) To cause to feel embarrassment.
To fluster is defined as to make someone become agitated, nervous or confused.
To urge onward; to hasten
To fall or come as a shower
To gush forth suddenly in a jet.
To blow strongly for a brief period.
To incite or provoke
To cover or surround with something coiled about.
A quiet state or condition; calmness, stillness, inactivity, freedom from noise, etc.
Lack of agitation or excitement; tranquillity; serenity
To soothe in distress or sorrow; ease the misery or grief of; bring consolation or hope to
A bathtub or pool having jets of warm water that can be directed toward a body part as for therapeutic purposes.
The definition of agitate is to move something around in a forceful or violent movement.
To put into a state of disorder.
To draw (the mind, attention, etc.) away in another direction; divert
To disturb is defined as to interfere with something or bother someone.
To disturb or confuse; make uneasy or anxious:
(Intransitive) To play, perform, or enjoy rock music, especially with a lot of skill or energy.
To beat a ruffle on (a drum).
(Intransitive, usually as "shake on") To shake hands.
To move or go impatiently, angrily, or disdainfully, as with a toss of the head
To cause (the stomach) to feel ill.
To drive or ride briskly, so as to make a clattering.
(Informal) Energetic action or effort; drive
Find another word for flurry. In this page you can discover 50 synonyms, antonyms, idiomatic expressions, and related words for flurry, like: alarm, burst, snow flurry, panic, scurry, whirl, agitation, commotion, disconcert, put off and ado.