hurry in

hurry someone or something in (to something)

to make someone or something go into something fast. She hurried the chickens into the coop and closed the door on them for the night. It was beginning to rain, so Jerry hurried the children in.
See also: hurry
References in classic literature ?
Did this appearance of hurry in Emily's movements denote impatience to resume the recital of "the dagger-scene"?
Richardson went to hospital with a suspected broken foot after tangling with Paul Hurry in the early stages of the meeting.