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fleeted

See definition of fleeted on Dictionary.com
  • as inrush
  • as insweep
  • as inflit
  • as infly
  • as inhurry

synonyms for fleeted

  • barrel
  • bolt
  • break
  • charge
  • chase
  • dash
  • dispatch
  • fly
  • hustle
  • press
  • push
  • run
  • scramble
  • scurry
  • shoot
  • sprint
  • zip
  • accelerate
  • career
  • course
  • dart
  • expedite
  • fleet
  • fling
  • flit
  • haste
  • hasten
  • hotfoot
  • quicken
  • race
  • roll
  • scud
  • streak
  • surge
  • tear
  • whiz
  • zoom
  • fire up
  • get cracking
  • get the lead out
  • go like lightning
  • hurry up
  • lose no time
  • make haste
  • make short work of
  • shake a leg
  • speed up
  • step on the gas
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antonyms for fleeted

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  • dawdle
  • retreat
  • slow
  • stay
  • wait
  • walk
  • decelerate
  • hinder
  • retard
    • remain
    • stay
    • rest
    • land
    • walk
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    How to use fleeted in a sentence

    Towards evening, as the vessel beneath us fleeted and the deck resumed its level, Mr. Pengelly began to uncover the mainsail.
    THE ADVENTURES OF HARRY REVELSIR ARTHUR THOMAS QUILLER-COUCH
    A faint smile fleeted across the wasted face, transient and melancholy as the last rosy hue of an autumn sunset.
    QUINTUS CLAUDIUS, VOLUME 2 OF 2ERNST ECKSTEIN
    The Forest of Arden—where they fleeted the time carelessly—what a rest for tired spirits it seemed to offer!
    MR. PAT'S LITTLE GIRLMARY F. LEONARD
    Only a few vapors, as thin as moonlight, fleeted rapidly across the stars.
    THE BEST OF THE WORLD'S CLASSICS, RESTRICTED TO PROSE, VOL. VI (OF X)--GREAT BRITAIN AND IRELAND IVVARIOUS
    So we fleeted onwards till we came to marvellous lofty gates of black adamant, that rose before us like the steep side of a hill.
    IN THE WRONG PARADISEANDREW LANG
    So they fleeted the too-short time in the sparkling blue and white world, drinking the air like celestial wine.
    THE INVADERMARGARET L. WOODS
    A strange thrill shot through her soul and fleeted across her skin—a strange pain gripped her at the heart.
    THE WORKS OF GUY DE MAUPASSANT, VOL. 6GUY DE MAUPASSANT
    All this and more fleeted through his mind as he bounded to where Rollitt stood.
    THE COCK-HOUSE AT FELLSGARTHTALBOT BAINES REED
    Only a few vapours, as thin as moonlight, fleeted rapidly across the stars.
    STORIES BY ENGLISH AUTHORS: FRANCEVARIOUS
    And had not the goddess ever fleeted away when just within his grasp?
    GENERAL BOUNCEG. J. WHYTE-MELVILLE
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