HASTE, hasten; make haste, make a dash &c. n.; hurry -, dash -, whip -, push -, press- -on, - forward; hurry, scurry or skurry, scuttle along, bundle on, dart to and fro, bustle, flutter, scramble; plunge, - headlong; dash off; rush (violence) [See Violence]; express, railroad [colloq., U. S.].
BESTIR ONESELF (be active) [See Activity]; lose -no time, - not a moment, - not an instant; make short work of; make the best of ones -time, - way.
be precipitate &c. adj.; jump at, be in haste, be in a hurry &c. n.; have -no time -, have not a moment- -to lose, - to spare; work against time, work under pressure.
QUICKEN [See Velocity]; accelerate, expedite, put on, precipitate, urge, whip, spur, flog, goad.
HASTY, hurried, brusque; scrambling, cursory, precipitate, headlong, furious, boisterous, impetuous, hot-headed; feverish, fussy; pushing.
IN HASTE, in a hurry &c. n.; in hot haste, in all haste; breathless, pressed for time, hard pressed, urgent.
WITH HASTE, with all haste, with breathless speed; in haste &c. adj.; apace (swiftly) [See Velocity]; amain; all at once (instantaneously) [See Instantaneity]; at short notice &c., immediately (early) [See Earliness]; posthaste; by cable, by telegraph, by wireless [colloq.], by aëroplane, by return mail, by steam [colloq.], by forced marches.
HASTILY, precipitately &c. adj.; helter-skelter, hurry-skurry, holus-bolus; slap-dash, slap-bang; full-tilt, full-drive; heels over head, head and shoulders, headlong, à corps perdu [F.].
BY FITS AND STARTS, by spurts; hop skip and jump.
RUSH! immediate! urgent! look alive! jaldi karo! [Hind.]; get a move on! [colloq.], get a wiggle on! [colloq.]; quickmarch! [mil.], double! [mil.]; gallop! charge! [mil.].
Sauve qui peut, devil take the hindmost, no time to be lost.