Fast synonyms

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The definition of swift is something that happens quickly or something that moves at high speed.
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Happening sooner than expected.
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Moving with speed, rapidity or swiftness, or capable of doing so; rapid; fast.
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Quick and changeable in temperament; volatile:
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Exposed to the wind and sea; unsheltered.
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Accomplished or arrived at without delay; prompt.
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Mentally quick; quick-witted; alert
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Engaging in sex only with one's spouse or only with one's partner in a sexual relationship.
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Hasty and brief
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In a rapid way
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Spirited, audacious and full of high spirits.
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Rapid is defined as something that is fast or quick or that happens in a short time.
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Active; busy
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Characterized by much action or motion; lively, busy, agile, quick, etc.
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(Of a person) Having a tendency to flirt often.
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The definition of expeditious is done with speed and efficiency.
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The definition of hasty is done very quickly, generally with little thought or attention.
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Allowing movement or action only at a low speed:
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Without delay; quickly.
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The definition of gay is someone or something bright or happy.
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Resistant, as to destruction or fading:
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(Heraldry) Having steps; said of a cross whose extremities end in steps growing larger as they leave the centre; on degrees.
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The definition of dissipated is scattered or wasted.
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Having a speed of 50–500 frames per second, as movie film, to record events that occur too rapidly for usual photography.
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Passing quickly; ephemeral:
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A religious holy day, etc. observed by fasting
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The definition of invincible is someone or something that cannot be harmed or that is too powerful to be destroyed.
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Like a meteor in speed, brilliance, or ephemeralness.
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At a fast pace; with speed; swiftly
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Not susceptible to a process of decay, such as radioactivity. For example, the most common isotope of carbon, carbon 12, is stable. Protons and photons are examples of stable subatomic particles.
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Forceful and pointed; emphatic:
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Lacking moral restraint; indulging in sensual pleasures or vices.
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The definition of libertine is someone who has a lack of morality, or someone who rejects customary religious beliefs and thinks freely.
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The definition of profligate is acting wasteful or spending money too freely.
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Without restraint; disorderly; boisterous
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firmly or closely
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Acting with or marked by excessive haste and lack of due deliberation.
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Moving with uncontrolled speed and force
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Made of or coated or treated with rubber, plastic, or a sealing agent to prevent penetration by water.
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Persisting for an extended period of time.
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That can be washed without shrinking, fading, or other damage
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Of, relating to, or appropriate for rapid travel:
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The fasting in this period
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(Idiomatic) In modern usage it refers to a picnic or cookout for the ship's crew.
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Marked by or indicating the tone and resiliency of healthy tissue:
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Steadfast in purpose or intention; unalterable, unyielding.
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Difficult or impossible to attack, challenge, or refute with success:
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Impossible to damage, injure, or wound.
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Not expected to change in status, condition, or place:
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The definition of precipitous is something very steep.
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Prompt is defined as something that is done on time or right away or someone who does things on time or immediately.
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Precise; exact
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Firmly loyal or constant; unswerving.
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(Logic) Of the state in Boolean logic that indicates an affirmative or positive result.
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To keep oneself from doing, engaging in, or partaking of something; refrain:
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Present participle of endure.
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Simple past tense and past participle of hurry
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(Idiomatic) Very soon.
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To free from an obligation or responsibility; absolve
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To make secure (in all the above senses).
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Short in time, duration, length, or extent.
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Steadfastly loyal, especially to a monarch or government.
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In a rapid way
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Luxuriant; overabundant:
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(Rare) Swift, speedy, fast.
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(Intransitive) To stop oneself from some action or interference; to abstain. [from 15th c.]
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(--- Law) Designating or of personal property as distinguished from real property
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Capable of being changed or adjusted to meet particular or varied needs:
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Not permanent; not lasting; fleeting; temporary
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The definition of insecure is having a lack of confidence, or exposed to danger or risk.
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fixedly
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speedily
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Relating to or capable of speeds equal to or exceeding five times the speed of sound (Mach 5 and above).
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Of, relating to, producing, or operated by electricity:
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Resembling or characteristic of lightning.
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Having a trim, neat appearance suggesting speed
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Extending or traveling not far or not far enough:
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Of or characteristic of whores or a whore; lewd.
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Persistently holding to something
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Free or almost free from change, variation, or fluctuation; uniform:
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Entitled to the loyalty and services of vassals or subjects:
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In a rapid way
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Leaving a lasting mark
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A restrictive diet (of bread and water, for example) as a punishment or religious form of discipline.
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Slow; having little motion; as, a sluggish stream.
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The definition of immoral is not following accepted principles of right and wrong behavior.
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The definition of intemperate is excessive and not mild, or indulging in alcohol to an extreme level.
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Not fixated or fixed; moving or changing freely
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Honest and just; honorable
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Moving or progressing slowly; sluggish:
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Progressing slowly and laboriously.
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Acting, proceeding, or done without haste; slow.
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fixedly
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A meal that is well prepared and abundantly enjoyed.
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Abandoned is defined as unconfined and unconcerned with social norms or restraints.
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Without self-restraint, esp. in regard to sexual activity
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Morally unrestrained, esp. in sexual activity; lascivious
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Free from inhibition; unrestrained or unselfconscious:
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Not encumbered; unembarrassed; clear of impediments; hence, active; nimble; swift.
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Having a good memory; retentive
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Having or showing no doubt; positive; confident
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Continually occurring; persistent:
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Having a strong or substantial construction or constitution:
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In a rapid way
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Lacking in moral restraint
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Managing for an owner; acting as trustee
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Immovable; fixed:
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Indulging in or characterised by sensual pleasures to a degree perceived to be morally harmful; corrupted; immoral; self-indulgent.
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(Of qualities) Having deteriorated, degraded or fallen from normal, coherent, balanced and desirable to undesirable and typically abnormal.
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Moving swiftly and nimbly.
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In a romantic or sexual relationship.
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That will keep its original color without fading or running
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Able to resist wear, decay; lasting; enduring.
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Permanent in color
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The act or practice of refraining from indulging an appetite or desire, especially for alcoholic drink or sexual intercourse.
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A particular Jewish holiday, the day of atonement, falling on the tenth day of the Hebrew month of Tishrei.
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A voluntary fast undertaken as a means of political protest, as by a prisoner.
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(--- Informal) To be ravenously hungry
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To regulate or prescribe food and drink for.
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(Music) describing a passage having this mark
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Based on strong likelihood or firm conviction, rather than on the actual evidence:
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Able to be depended on for the discharge of obligations incurred; of unimpaired credit.
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The definition of a binge is a short period of time when you indulge in a particular behavior to the point of excess.
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The process or the condition of becoming engorged, becoming over-filled with fluid.
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An act of overindulging; indulgence in too much; pleasure or consumption taken in excess of what is satisfying or necessary.
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The act of one who gorges, or eats to satiety.
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The action of filling, packing, or gorging
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Something edible, with reference to its quality as food
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The definition of gluttony is eating too much.
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To fill beyond capacity, especially with food; satiate:
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(Reflexive, often followed by on) To eat greedily and in large quantities.
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To block (a passage); plug:
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Unrestrained; uncontrolled:
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Not hurried or forced; moderate:
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Permanently resistive to fading
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Generous; liberal.
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Persistently holding to something
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Honest or sincere
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Moving on or as if on wings; flying.
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That can run swiftly
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Fast-paced:
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Firmly resolved or recklessly determined
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Permanent in color
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Period of penitence for Christians before Easter.
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The definition of anorexia is the emotional disorder called anorexia nervosa which is characterized by a refusal to eat in order to lose weight as a result of an unhealthy and inaccurate perception of body image and fear of weight gain.
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Obscene; indecent.
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Keen and lively
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Liable at any moment.
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Not engaged or married, or not in a similar relationship
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To eat is defined as to put food in the mouth, chew and swallow or to use up.
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Synonym Study

  • Hasty suggests hurried action and may connote carelessness, rashness, or impatience
  • Speedy intensifies the idea of quickness, but may also connote high velocity a speedy recovery, a speedy flight
  • Quick implies promptness of action, or occurrence in a brief amount of time, rather than velocity a quick reply
  • Fleet suggests a nimbleness or lightness in that which moves swiftly
  • Swift implies great rapidity, but in addition often connotes smooth, easy movement
  • Fast and rapid are generally interchangeable in expressing the idea of a relatively high rate of movement or action, but fast more often refers to the person or thing that moves or acts, and rapid to the action a fast typist, rapid transcription
Find another word for fast. In this page you can discover 205 synonyms, antonyms, idiomatic expressions, and related words for fast, like: swift, accelerated, swift as an arrow, like-a-bat-out-of-hell, quick, mercurial, like a flash, wild, speedy, nimble and quick as a bunny (or wink).