—n. 1. a light, brief shower of snow.
2. sudden commotion, excitement, or confusion; nervous hurry: There was a flurry of activity before the guests arrived. 3. Stock Exchange. a. a brief rise or fall in prices.
b. a brief, unusually heavy period of trading.
4. a sudden gust of wind.
—v.t. to put (a person) into a flurry; confuse; fluster.
—v.i. 1. (of snow) to fall or be blown in a flurry.
2. to move in an excited or agitated manner.