accelerated

[ ak-sel-uh-reyt ]SEE DEFINITION OF accelerated

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He kept up this accelerated pace to the door of his private room.

He placed his paw on one, and its movements were accelerated.

As the days went by, the evolution of like into love was accelerated.

A hundred thousand miles an hour—that had been accelerated a hundred fold now.

She took my arm confidingly, familiarly, and accelerated her pace.

White people have accelerated the movement for the race to move north.

Arcot accelerated away from it as Fuller hit it with a molecular beam.

I feared his reason was forsaking him, and that I, in my rashness, had accelerated his doom.

What was my horror to see it rushing forward at an accelerated speed.

The respirations are accelerated, and usually there is no fever.

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