hasten[ hey-suhn ]SEE DEFINITION OF hasten
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR HASTEN
And now, fair sir, I must hasten back to see how my rogues have fared with the brawn.
This event, if his wife live with you, it may be in your power to hasten.
But he never had the time; he always had to hasten home to get to work.
So let us hasten to this institution, and participate this divine joy.
But we must hasten to the remarkable subject of their conversation.
He is on his road home, and we hasten to town, sooner than we expected, to meet him.
At this point the superintendent's bell rang, and Miss Perry had to hasten her story.
He will hasten to pay you his respects, and apologize for his truants.
One direct result of it all was to hasten Josie's own leave-taking.
It was necessary to hasten, so that he might be sure of booking a place in the diligence.