Hurly-burly

Hur"ly-bur`ly

(?), n. [Reduplicated fr. OE. hurly confusion: cf. F. hurler to howl, yell, L. ululare; or cf. E. hurry.] Tumult; bustle; confusion. Shak.
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All places were filled with tumult and hurly-burly.
Knolles.
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