rapid[ rap-id ]SEE DEFINITION OF rapid
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR RAPID
A rapid walk soon restored the maidens to their own peaceful homes.
They were on the bank of a stream of some width, and apparently a deep and rapid one.
We regret that his tours are so rapid, and his journals so brief.
She heard him speaking in a voice not louder than a whisper, rapid, distinct.
The way was open; the access was free; the progress as rapid as thought could make it.
Harriet's climbing was not so rapid as to make her dizzy; but business was coming.
The march of events was rapid even for him, who was not slow in anything he undertook.
The bitter thoughts poured out of his mind in a rapid flood.
From this time my progress towards complete recovery was rapid.
He was sanguine in all his hopes, and rapid, but not unthinking, in all his decisions.
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