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Fast vs Libertine - What's the difference?

fast | libertine | Related terms |

Fast is a related term of libertine.


As a verb fast

is .

As a noun libertine is

(historical) someone freed from slavery in ancient rome; a freedman or libertine can be one who is freethinking in religious matters.

As an adjective libertine is

dissolute, licentious, profligate; loose in morals.

Fast vs Solidly - What's the difference?

fast | solidly | Synonyms |

Fast is a synonym of solidly.


As a verb fast

is .

As an adverb solidly is

in a solid or firm manner.

Fast vs Posthaste - What's the difference?

fast | posthaste | Synonyms |

Fast is a synonym of posthaste.


As a verb fast

is .

As an adverb posthaste is

quickly, as fast as someone travelling post; with great speed.

As a noun posthaste is

.

Zestful vs Fast - What's the difference?

zestful | fast | Related terms |

Zestful is a related term of fast.


As an adjective zestful

is having a spirited love of life; ebullient.

As a verb fast is

.

Purge vs Fast - What's the difference?

purge | fast |


As verbs the difference between purge and fast

is that purge is while fast is .

Apace vs Fast - What's the difference?

apace | fast |


As an adverb apace

is quickly, rapidly, with speed.

As a verb fast is

.

Apt vs Fast - What's the difference?

apt | fast |


As a noun apt

is .

As a proper noun apt

is .

As a verb fast is

.

Just vs Fast - What's the difference?

just | fast |


As a proper noun just

is , cognate to english justus.

As a verb fast is

.

Quicken vs Fast - What's the difference?

quicken | fast |


As verbs the difference between quicken and fast

is that quicken is while fast is .

As a noun quicken

is .

Zippy vs Fast - What's the difference?

zippy | fast |


As an adjective zippy

is lively, quick and energetic.

As a verb fast is

.

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