We must be both "sure we are right" and "make haste slowly."
Come, let us make haste, or the sunshine will be gone, and Phoebus along with it.
It seemed to Dilly that she could not make haste enough to be there.
"We must make haste, Miss Calendar," said Kirkwood, ignoring the implication.
Cornelius understood that he must make haste to continue the conversation.
Make haste, then, or we shall have to wait till the barge has gone by.
Well, make haste if you want to kiss me, for I'm off now, thank goodness!
We must make haste, or perhaps it will catch us on Mount Krestov.
Make haste to Luxembourg, and be upon your guard on the way.
It is now almost on the stroke of twelve, and we must make haste.