scurry along

scurry along

To scarper, scamper, or bound onward or over the length of something very quickly. Often used as an imperative, sometimes sarcastically or condescendingly. I let the dogs off their leashes so they could just scurry along on their own. The kids scurried along the path to see who could get back home the fastest. Why don't you just scurry along and stop bothering me, eh?

scurry along

to run or scamper along fast. The children scurried along, trotting to school. We scurried along the trail, keeping watch out for things that might trip us up.
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Scurry along to Paisley Arts Centre for Anonymouse.
Reign over the fish in the sea, the birds in the sky, and all the animals that scurry along the ground." It sounds like claiming a special explanation that gives people the right to violate nature.
The team's analyses also suggest the animal did not just clamber or scurry along small branches.
The prehistoric bone shows "the animal didn't just clamber or scurry along small branches," Duke University said.
We sit close to the water, holding hands and watching tiny sandpipers scurry along the edges of each splashing wave with un- canny precision.
museums exploding outward warping wharfs with ships that will not sail abridged too far and gone now so we scurry along with all the grace of lions of the sea to shop and drink and dine and fly away now so we fly away back home
But electrons scurry along unimpeded on their surfaces, and in strict formation: All electrons moving in a particular direction have the same spin.
Eventually he perished on 48 when he edged Claydon, allowing Mustard to scurry along and make a smart catch.
I am going to watch the ants as they scurry along the ground, the butterflies as the flit and float through the air and the frogs as they hop and leap around the pond.
Therefore, scurry along to your independent butcher in town, and I bet you will find some well aged beef.
The sky is painted a deep aesthetic blue, pink and white blossom now adorn the trees, problems of the world far away as I watch ants scurry along the path knowing we are just as insignificant.
Today, with the exception of birds, squirrels and a few other visitors knocking off bits of bark and other material as they scurry along, many of our trees are eerily silent and empty, compared to canopies in other parts of the world teeming with fauna.
Whereas I used to scurry along with my head down, as if apologising for living, I now walked confidently.
Here, the young stream flows over travertine ledges and forms clear shallow pools where trout scurry along the mossy bottom (no fishing allowed).