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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishhurly-burlyhur‧ly-bur‧ly /ˈhɜːli ˌbɜːli $ ˌhɜːrli ˈbɜːrli/ noun [uncountable]  LOUD/NOISYa lot of busy noisy activity the hurly-burly of city life
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hurly-burlyWe must not allow all these important objectives to be imperiled during the hurly-burly of budget negotiations.There was a swift unromantic transition from the warm enclosed world of the aircraft to the hurly-burly of the airport.
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