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T-Mobile and A&T’s slower 5G coverage is available in areas where about two-thirds of people in the country live, while Verizon’s speedy 5G is offered only in limited areas of a few dozen cities.

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These prosecutions are occurring on an uneven playing field, as the pandemic is undermining our clients’ constitutional rights to a speedy trial and to confidential communication with their lawyers.

Samsung’s handwriting-to-text software doesn’t seem to be as accurate or speedy as what’s available on Google’s tablets and Chromebooks.

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Strategy is playing a part in this speedier pace, but it may also be a result of the unique calendar provided by this delayed season.

Disabling them, Carson thought, might allow the immune system to launch a speedier attack on cancer cells.

She talks like her daughter now; everyone does, in that speedy, all-knowing, wisecrack-spattered sitcom patois of Modern Family.

The procedure was remarkably speedy—patients were in-and-out of the exam room in minutes.

Frank “Speedy” Lopera filed a similar suit alleging he was deceived by Richardson.

Cooper good-naturedly laughed off the prank, before eliciting help from some other actors for speedy Sediuk removal.

Recently, the White House has been pushing the speedy confirmation of ambassadors to countries Obama is set to visit.

I leave Italy with a less sanguine hope of her speedy liberation than I brought into it.

A present remedy of all is the speedy coming of a cloud, and a dew that meeteth it, by the heat that cometh, shall overpower it.

Such a refusal would lead to quick enquiry—enquiry to information—information to want of confidence and speedy ruin.

The money was sucked into the whirlpool; there was a speedy cry for more; and more was got and sacrificed.

The endeavor would not only be utterly unavailing, but would, with certainty, involve them in speedy and retrieveless ruin.


On this page you'll find 66 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to speedy, such as: accelerated, brisk, expeditious, hasty, hurried, and immediate.

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