Thesaurus / accelerated

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The sunshine, blazing through the open window, accelerated the throbbing in his temples.
And of whom can you complain, you who accelerated your own death?
THE VISIONS OF QUEVEDODOM FRANCISCO DE QUEVEDO
A mile above the main leap the river is a noble stream four hundred yards wide, already flowing at an accelerated speed.
From the arrival of the men of Zwickau in Wittemberg, Carlstadt accelerated his movements in the direction of violent reforms.
The speed of the march was now accelerated, so as to keep the artillery horses much of the time at a trot.
RECOLLECTIONS WITH THE THIRD IOWA REGIMENTSEYMOUR D. (SEYMOUR DWIGHT) THOMPSON
The rise of Protestantism accelerated the decline and final ruin of the monasteries.
This process had been accelerated by the Rhetra of Epitadeus, allowing free bequest of land, Plutarch, ib.
Dropping vertically downwards towards the earth's surface, the motion of a body is accelerated as it approaches the earth.
There may be a rise in temperature of from two to five degrees, and in such instances there is an accelerated pulse.
LAMENESS OF THE HORSEJOHN VICTOR LACROIX
This movement was accelerated by the vices of our land tenure.

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