Antonyms for raced

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Then he raced around the corner of the restaurant and made for the grove.

He believed in it, but not being rich, raced as a profession, honestly and squarely.

Lauzanne was in an inquisitive mood, as the other two raced on in front.

She took one look, caught up the suitcase and raced down the stairs.

She shivered as they raced along under the bare branches of the locusts.

His thoughts, like hounds on a trail, raced off after this new scent.

I've had quite a rush to get here, though I see Morgan has raced me.

I had fever, I know, a fever that raced through my veins like a wild beast.

We ran up the hill, I say, as men who raced for their lives.

With such frantic cries he raced about in the darkness like a hunted wolf.