apace[ uh-peys ]SEE DEFINITION OF apace
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR APACE
I was very uneasy to be gone; and the more as the night came on apace.
The twilight would be upon them apace––the long-lasting, purple-veiled twilight of the altitudes.
Work apace, apace, apace, apace; Honest labour bears a lovely face.
The spread of liberal principles and Western progress goes on apace.
The work went on apace, but in a very few years there came a serious check.
Since this was written the double process has gone on apace.
And after that he relapsed into silence, and his thoughts flew on apace.
As the work approached completion, he says, death drew on apace.
The catching went on apace, and there were scant hands for the work.
But even when absent from Rome their work there went on apace.