hurrying Quotes

25 of the best book quotes about hurrying
“Miss Polly did not usually make hurried movements; she specially prided herself on her repose of manner.”
“‘We must hurry!’ said Mr. Wonka. ‘We have so much time and so little to do! No! Wait! Strike that! Reverse it!‘”
“Nate had considered using a Moon Rock to reach Mr. Stott’s house faster, but in broad daylight he felt he would be too conspicuous. Not everyone in town was consuming white fudge. Besides, leaping with a Moon Rock wasn’t that much faster than running. Thankfully, most of the way to Mr. Stott’s place was downhill.”
“Summer pretended to sneeze and spit her Moon Rock into the weeds. Her body grew heavier. ‘I don’t have time to stand around talking,’ she said. ‘Let’s just say, if I were you, I wouldn’t mess around with us anymore.’ She turned and walked away hurriedly.”
“Greater experience in profession and church brings more exacting assignments. So we find ourselves working more and enjoying it less.”
“Get over here fast! Take the road to North Nitch. Turn left at Weehawken. Sharp right at South Stitch.”
“Get up there, Bill,”
“Mrs. Delacroix selected a stone so large she had to pick it up with both hands and turned to Mrs. Dunbar. ‘Come on,’ she said. ‘Hurry up.‘”
“Mary Poppins walked down the garden path and opened the gate. Once outside in the Lane, she set off walking very quickly as if she were afraid the afternoon would run away from her if she didn’t keep up with it. At the corner she turned to the right and then to the left, nodded haughtily to the Policeman, who said it was a nice day, and by that time she felt that her Day Out had begun.”
“Haste makes waste, so I rarely hurry. But if a ferret were about to dart up my dress, I’d run.”
“Quick, dear boy, come in, let me look at you, look to my heart’s content -- under my own roof, the rover home at last.”
“It should take you about four seconds to walk from here to the door. I’ll give you two.”
″‘Hurry everybody!’ said Mr Lemoncello. ‘I don’t want to be late to my own birthday party.‘”
“He has something called VOOM. Voom is so hard to get, you never saw anything like it, I bet. Why, Voom cleans up anything clean as can be! Take your hat off now, Little Cat Z! Take the Voom off your head! Make it clean up the snow! Hurry you little Cat!”
“Toad walked along the path. A large, soft drop of chocolate ice cream slipped down his arm. ‘This ice cream is melting in the sun,’ said Toad. Toad walked faster. Many drops of melting ice cream flew through the air. They fell down on Toad’s head. ‘I must hurry back to Frog!’ he cried. “
“he rushed out of the church and into the town to put his idea into practice. And what an awful place the town was, much worse than he had imagined. He almost gave up his idea, but then he thought, ‘If it’s always as nasty as this, everybody is bound to agree to my plan’. So he hurried on...”
“But then Mrs MacNally’s Maureen had a very good idea. She ran to ask the window cleaner, who was working up the street, if he would bring his ladder and climb up to the bathroom window. And, of course, when the window cleaner heard about Alfie he came hurrying along with his ladder as quickly as he could.”
“Good heavens! Just look at the time. We are going to be late if we don’t hurry.”
″... so Winnie put him outside. Outside in the grass, When Wilbur sat outside in the grass, Winnie couldn’t see him, even when his eyes were wide open. Winnie came hurrying outside, tripped over Wilbur, turned three somersaults, and fell into a rose bush.”
“Edward and Henry stop quite often and tell him the news. Gordon is always in a hurry and does not stop, but he never forgets to say, ‘poop poop’ to little Thomas, and Thomas always whistles. ‘Peep peep’ in return.”
“The Princess Alicia hurried up-stairs to tell a most particular secret to a most particularly confidential friend of hers, who was a Duchess. People did suppose her to be a doll; but she really was a Duchess, though nobody knew it except the Princess.”
“The earth was rushing past like a river or a sea below him. Trees and water and green grass hurried away beneath. Now there was nothing but the roofs of houses sweeping along like a great torrent of stones and rocks. Chimney’s fell and tiles flew from the roofs. There was a great roaring for the wind was dashing against London like a stormy sea. Diamond, of course, at the back of North Wind was in a calm but he could hear it.”
″‘I’m Dolly,’ the pigeon said. ‘And the Pill Building’s close by. That great big building over there... See? Right up on top, there’s a little tower. And in that tower, there’s a room. And no one lives in it. If you’re fast, you can move into that room. But don’t waste any time, otherwise it might be taken.‘”
“He was the most excited baby dragon that ever lived. My father was in a hurry to fly away, and when the dragon finally calmed down a bit my father climbed up onto his back.”

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