It is correct to say “in a hurry” which means that someone is acting quickly or urgently. It is grammatically incorrect to say “in hurry.” “In” is a preposition. It needs an object to connect with.
- “I am in a hurry, I need to leave now.”
- “I left the house in a hurry and forgot my keys.”
in a hurry
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Susan explains why she isn’t in a hurry to get married.
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The driver told officers that he was just in a hurry to get home, according a report.
Why she is in a hurry to make up for lost time.
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Frank makes up for lost time in hurry with chart-topping marks
We are a nation in hurry. Moving at warp speed.
Young beautiful woman wearing casual t-shirt In hurry pointing somewhere.
Mom in hurry to get trash falls into it.