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


As it may therefore be of importance, I dispatch it with my own, by my servant, post-haste.

Of course we knew at once what it meant, and he set off post-haste.

He knew that this would start us post-haste for our apartment, which it did.

One deadly sickness he had at Kenilworth, when my father was ridden for post-haste.

A horseman was sent forward, post-haste, to intimate to us that they were on their way.

But I had not been absent more than an hour, before I was sent for in post-haste.

Then came the autumn, post-haste before the down rush of winter.

No sooner was he thus placed, than Stimson was despatched, post-haste, for assistance.

Surely you came off in post-haste this morning without your rings?'

The accusations were sufficient to make Nevers resign all his offices in his kinsman's court and retire, post-haste, to France.