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Fast Adjective Synonyms
firmly, fixedly, immovably, solidly, unshakeably or unshakably, tightly, securely, soundly
The rope held fast. He is fast asleep.
loose, profligate, wild, extravagant, dissipated, intemperate, irresponsible, sybaritic, self-indulgent, dissolute, unrestrained, indecorous, rakish, licentious, promiscuous, immoral, wanton, lecherous, lustful
They led quite a fast life till their divorce.
firm, fastened, secure(d), fixed, tied, bound, connected, attached
The boat was fast to the pier.
firm, fixed, settled, stable, solid, immovable, unshakable or unshakeable, tight
The sword was fast in the stone.
firm, stable, steadfast, staunch, unwavering, constant, lasting, close, loyal, devoted, faithful, lasting, permanent
We maintained a fast friendship over the years.
quickly, swiftly, rapidly, speedily, briskly, presto, hastily, hurriedly, with all speed or haste, expeditiously, apace, post-haste, like a flash, in the blink of an eye, in a wink, before you can say 'Jack Robinson', in no time (at all)
Don't talk so fast. He ran out of there very fast. I'll be back very fast.
Fast Adverb Synonyms
abstain, go hungry, deny oneself, diet, starve (oneself)
Do you fast during Lent.
closely, close to, immediately, near, (close) on, right
Fast on the heels of the fugitive came the police.
abstention, abstinence, fasting, self-denial, diet, hunger strike
She went on a two-week fast.
loosely, wildly, recklessly, intemperately, irresponsibly, fecklessly, extravagantly, intemperately, sybaritically, self-indulgently, dissolutely, unrestrainedly, indecorously, rakishly, licentiously, promiscuously, immorally, wantonly, lecherously
He's been living fast since inheriting that fortune.
Fast Verb Synonyms
quick, swift, fleet, speedy, brisk, brief, hurried, hasty, high-speed, accelerated, expeditious, rapid, express
She is very fast on her feet. We need a fast turn-round on this job.
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Business / Agriculture / Fast Track Authority: A legislative procedure that may be adopted by Congress for considering bills to implement trade agreements. The procedure calls for consultation between the President and Congress as trade agreements MORE
Technology / Radar / Fast Time Constant (FTC) Circuit: An electronic circuit designed to reduce the undesirable effects of clutter. With the ftc circuit in operation, only the nearer edge of an echo having a long time duration is displayed on the radarsco MORE
Technology / Radar / Fast Time Constant (FTC): With ftc in operation, only the leading edge of an echo of a long-time duration is displayed on the radarscope. Ftc tends to reduce saturation of the scope by clutter. Also called anti-clutter or diff MORE
Technology / Radar / Fast Speed Tracking: Track both the strongest and the next faster vehicle at the same time, both in the moving and stationary mode of operation. For example: track the sports car passing the 18-wheeler. Most of decatur po MORE
Health / Fitness / Fast Twitch: Refers to muscle cells that fire quickly and are utilized in anaerobic activities such as sprinting and power lifting. MORE