Another word for haste
scramble, bustle, scurry, precipitation, flurry, hurly-burly, impetuosity, rashness, scuttle, impetuousness, foolhardiness, want of caution, untimeliness, hurriedness, scamper, hustling, undue celerity, press, recklessness, rush, hastiness, incautiousness, carelessness, irrationality, rashness, expedience, giddiness, precipitancy, impatience, heedlessness, plunge, unrestraint, vehemence, testiness, rapidity, excitation, fretfulness, outburst, abruptness, anticipation, intempestivity, prematureness, leap in the dark*, speed-up*, speedomania*, smoke*.
haste implies quick or precipitate movement or action, as from the pressure of circumstances or intense eagerness; hurry, often interchangeable with haste, specifically suggests excitement, bustle, or confusion the hurry of city life; speed implies rapidity of movement, operation, etc., of persons or things, suggesting effectiveness and the absence of excitement or confusion to increase the speed of an assembly line; expedition adds to speed the implication of efficiency and stresses the facilitation of an action or procedure; dispatch comes close to expedition in meaning but more strongly stresses promptness in finishing something completed the report with dispatchin haste
hastening, in a hurry, moving fast; see hurrying.
Another word for hastenoun
Rapidness of movement or activity:celerity, dispatch, expedition, expeditiousness, fleetness, hurry, hustle, quickness, rapidity, rapidness, speed, speediness, swiftness. See fast
Careless headlong action:hastiness, hurriedness, precipitance, precipitancy, precipitateness, precipitation, rashness, rush. See careful
To move swiftly:bolt, bucket, bustle, dart, dash, festinate, flash, fleet, flit, fly, hasten, hurry, hustle, pelt2, race, rocket, run, rush, sail, scoot, scour2, shoot, speed, sprint, tear1, trot, whirl, whisk, whiz, wing, zip, zoom. (Informal) hotfoot, rip. (Slang) barrel, highball. (Chiefly British) nip1. Idioms: get a move on, get cracking, go like lightning, go like the wind, hotfoot it, make haste, make time, make tracks, run like the wind, shake a leg, step (or jump) on it. See move