Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.


This man has come, post haste, from the plantations above Paspahegh.

The terrier knew the secret, but he had been put out of action and sent off, post haste, to the nearest veterinary surgeon.

The man says, that his Lordship was so bad when he came away, that the family began to talk of sending for me in post haste.

Old Griffith sent down Mr. Atkins, his solicitor, post haste, and snapped the estate out of that purchaser's hands.

The whatever-it-was appeared to be coming toward the stair in post haste now.

With the doors of the Vatican closed to him, Angelo withdrew, post haste to Florence--and who can blame him?

She left Alice post haste to gather up her teammates and hold a council of war.

He had reached Denver that morning, and, finding she had already left Colorado Springs, followed here there post haste.

The bishop wrote off post haste to Bedford, entreating him to come instantly to prevent the effusion of blood.

This carried Lady Harman post haste to the nursery, where to an unprecedented degree she took command.