fast

Incessant vs Fast - What's the difference?

incessant | fast |


As an adjective incessant

is without pause or stop; not ending, especially to the point of annoyance.

As a verb fast is

.

Rampant vs Fast - What's the difference?

rampant | fast |


As an adjective rampant

is (originally) rearing on both hind legs with the forelegs extended.

As a verb fast is

.

Ships vs Fast - What's the difference?

ships | fast |


As verbs the difference between ships and fast

is that ships is (ship) while fast is .

As a noun ships

is .

Rapidity vs Fast - What's the difference?

rapidity | fast |


As a noun rapidity

is speed, swiftness; the condition of being rapid.

As a verb fast is

.

Fast vs Autistic - What's the difference?

fast | autistic |


As a verb fast

is .

As an adjective autistic is

pertaining to, or having autism.

As a noun autistic is

a person who has autism.

Fleetly vs Fast - What's the difference?

fleetly | fast |


As an adverb fleetly

is in a fleet manner; swiftly.

As a verb fast is

.

Accelerate vs Fast - What's the difference?

accelerate | fast |


As verbs the difference between accelerate and fast

is that accelerate is (label) to cause to move faster; to quicken the motion of; to add to the speed of while fast is .

As an adjective accelerate

is (rare) accelerated; quickened; hastened; hurried.

Volatile vs Fast - What's the difference?

volatile | fast |


As an adjective volatile

is (physics) evaporating or vaporizing readily under normal conditions.

As a verb fast is

.

Farce vs Fast - What's the difference?

farce | fast |


As a noun farce

is .

As a verb fast is

.

Fast vs Turtle - What's the difference?

fast | turtle |


As a verb fast

is .

As a proper noun turtle is

a river in saskatchewan, canada.

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