Precipitate synonyms

prĭ-sĭp'ĭ-tāt'
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To increase the speed of
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Pertaining to or characteristic of a hothead or hotheadedness; (of a person) easily excited or angered.
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So as to fall behind the correct time or rate:
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To remain or stay in expectation of; await:
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Check means to test, examine, compare or inspect something to see if it is as it should be.
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Deposit is defined as to place, entrust, put, lay or set down for safekeeping or payment.
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The definition of brash is someone or something with an abrasive, tacky, self-serving or rude manner.
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Bold or daring in a foolish way; rash; reckless
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Acting or done in a reckless or rash way; irresponsible
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Acting in haste; being too hurried or quick. (e.g. Without much thinking about it they made a hasty decision to buy it.)
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(Figuratively) Reckless, impetuous.
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Making arbitrary decisions, especially in an impulsive and forceful manner.
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Produced by or resulting from a sudden impulse
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Careless, reckless, not exercising proper caution
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Behaving or acting impulsively or rashly; wild.
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Rushing or falling headlong.
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(Obs.) Bringing quick results
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The definition of reckless is something that is done foolishly, carelessly, or without thinking about the consequences.
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Hasty, careless, impetuous, etc.
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Presumptuously or recklessly bold; rash or reckless:
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Not considered; not taken into account
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Abrupt is when someone is short or curt in their manner or actions.
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Required to move or act more rapidly; rushed.
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Happening without warning; unforeseen:
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The basest or least desirable portion:
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(Plural only) The sediment that settles during fermentation of beverages, consisting of dead yeast and precipitated parts of the fruit.
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The quantity of such water falling in a specific area within a specific period.
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(Geol.) Matter deposited by water or wind
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A period of time following a disastrous event:
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Importance as a cause or influence
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Anything that follows as a normal result
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Effect is defined as a result of something or the ability to bring about a result.
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A final product, especially one resulting from a series of stages or processes.
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A social gathering or activity:
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An end result, effect, or consequence; advantageous or advantageous result.
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A season's yield of grain, fruit, etc. when gathered in or ready to be gathered in; crop
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A place of egress; an outlet:
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The way something turns out; result; consequence
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A derived effect, consequence, or result
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The consequence or consequences desired
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Anything that results from something else; an outcome
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A literary work, film, etc. complete in itself but continuing a story begun in an earlier work, film, etc.
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Sequence is a specific order in which things occur.
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(Logic) An element of a sequence, usually a sequence in which every entry is an axiom or can be inferred from previous elements.
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The central idea or point; gist.
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To cause to become greater in size, amount, degree, etc.; add to; augment
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Thorough and painstaking in action or execution; conscientious:
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Firm in loyalty:
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Unexpected.
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Food left over from one meal and, often, eaten at a later meal
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The definition of a cause is anyone or anything that brings about a result.
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Resembling a precipice; extremely steep.
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To reach a decision.
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Fall is defined as to drop or come down, often unexpectedly.
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To lay stress upon, emphasize
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To urge or cause to act soon or too soon
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To speed up; accelerate:
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Speed is defined as to help someone or something along, or move too quickly.
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To perform (a task) fast and efficiently.
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To cause to move with great force or violence:
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(Impersonal, of the weather) To be in a state in which sleet is falling.
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To put on or off hastily or carelessly:
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