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faster

[ fast, fahst ]SEE DEFINITION OF faster
  • adj.speedy
  • adj.fixed, immovable
  • adj.immoral, promiscuous
  • adv.speedily
  • adv.fixedly

Synonyms for faster

  • agile
  • brisk
  • hot
  • nimble
  • quick
  • rapid
  • swift
  • accelerated
  • active
  • dashing
  • electric
  • flashing
  • fleet
  • fleeting
  • flying
  • hurried
  • racing
  • ready
  • snap
  • winged
  • PDQ
  • blue streak
  • breakneck
  • chop-chop
  • double-time
  • expeditious
  • expeditive
  • hairtrigger
  • hasty
  • hypersonic
  • in a jiffy
  • in nothing flat
  • lickety split
  • like a bat out of hell
  • like all get out
  • like crazy
  • like mad
  • on the double
  • posthaste
  • presto
  • pronto
  • screamin'
  • snappy
  • speedball
  • supersonic
  • velocious
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Antonyms for faster

  • clumsy
  • slow
  • sluggish
  • boring
  • dull
  • flexible
  • good
  • impermanent
  • insecure
  • loose
  • moral
  • movable
  • plodding
  • tardy
  • unattached
  • unfixed
  • unhurried
  • upright
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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR FASTER

I think I'm just a split second surer and faster than you are with a gun.

What was there in life that could enable one to forget it faster?

Faster and faster she fled to the forest, bearing the broken blade to Siegmund's wife.

Wouldn't you get on faster with your books if you had a teacher?

I have not been the better for it; I was getting on faster while I was merely a plodder.

The dusk sifted in about the house, faster and faster; a whippoorwill cried from the woods.

The faster he ran, the faster ran the one he was after, and the faster ran all the dogs.

I only turned and strode in the other direction—the faster for the fear.

Our burrows fell in upon us faster than we could dig them out!

Unconsciously he worked faster and faster as thought travelled.

WORD ORIGIN

"one who fasts," c.1300, agent noun from fast (v.).