Flurry

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Flurry

A drastic volume increase in a specific security.

Flurry

A large, and usually temporary, increase in a security's trading volume.
References in classic literature ?
Dorcas, quite flurried by the noise, came hurrying out of the pantry.
Closing, they saw, was their best chance, and Flashman was wilder and more flurried than ever: he caught East by the throat, and tried to force him back on the iron-bound table.
And so venturing not to say another word, poor Jemima trotted off, exceedingly flurried and nervous.
Trying not to get flurried or out of temper, Levin mentioned the names of the doctor and midwife, and explaining what the opium was needed for, tried to persuade him.