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verb as in run very fast

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Over the course of the event, athletes compete in races of varying distances and techniques—skate, classic, distance, sprint—with only two rest days.

“I think Washington needs to remember this is just not a sprint, this is a marathon unfortunately,” Landwirth said.

The first test I conducted was a circuit that involved sprints, push-ups, and kettlebell swings.

Even though he said he felt fine, he looked as though he had just finished running sprints.

From Fortune

On the interception, Cutcliffe pointed out, Metcalf transitioned from running his route to a dead sprint without hesitation.

And a lesser man, like myself, would have sprinted to the airport and hopped the next flight to Miami.

Carter hopped out of the Humvee and sprinted to the corner of the latrines, where he took a knee.

Our ability to detect disease has sprinted far past our ability to manage it, and the trend shows no signs of letting up.

The security guard, a former British special forces veteran, sprinted toward a nearby olive grove.

He has sprinted toward turmoil in war zones, jungles, and disaster areas from Iraq to Peru.

He sprinted over the crest of the hill and thought he heard the sound almost abreast of him, away to the right.

Then, when five minutes more of play remained, Trevor gave Clowes an easy opening, and Clowes sprinted between the posts.

Without loss of a second Lieutenant Hal sprinted forward, dashing on to the pier.

There were men at the engine, and when I sprinted across the yard they were ready to move it out to the main line.

Perry hired the man to carry our machines to Phœnix, and Chub and I sprinted after him and got them back.


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On this page you'll find 13 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to sprinted, such as: rush, scamper, scurry, dart, dash, and scoot.

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