of the weather: rough, boisterous, windy, rainy;
hence, impatient, irritable ...1672 nautical obs.
tumult, confusion, bustle caused by excitement ...1732 obs. rare
an exclamation of impatience or indignation ...1682 obs.
reduplicated extension of 'hurry'
FIRST DOCUMENTED USE
1672- see Example below
"...the wind was at east and blew hard and, as the seamen terme it, was thick hurry durry weather, which is wind and raine."
From: Calendar of State Papers, Domestic Series, 1672
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