Antonyms for keep pace

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She smiled at him faintly, nodding her head as though to keep pace with her thoughts.

Pearson walked so rapidly that his companion was hard pushed to keep pace with him.

The harvest was rich, and the harvest party was to keep pace with the harvest.

It put the British major on his mettle to keep pace with him.

She wanted a team that could keep pace with Tom,––and she had it.

As long as the world was conservative, a conservative Church could keep pace with it.

One of the families that are too old to keep pace with the times.

Diana's feet were trying to keep pace with her whirling brain.

But Father Hennepin and Anthony could not keep pace with the eleven-oared, or rather paddled, canoe of the savages.

His wife was following him, hardly able to keep pace with the long strides he made.

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