haste

Accelerate vs Haste - What's the difference?

accelerate | haste |


As verbs the difference between accelerate and haste

is that accelerate is (label) to cause to move faster; to quicken the motion of; to add to the speed of while haste is to urge onward; to hasten.

As an adjective accelerate

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

As a noun haste is

speed; swiftness; dispatch.

Haste vs Brisk - What's the difference?

haste | brisk |


As verbs the difference between haste and brisk

is that haste is to urge onward; to hasten while brisk is to make or become lively; to enliven; to animate.

As a noun haste

is speed; swiftness; dispatch.

As an adjective brisk is

full of liveliness and activity; characterized by quickness of motion or action; lively; spirited; quick.

Haste vs Unexpected - What's the difference?

haste | unexpected |


As a noun haste

is speed; swiftness; dispatch.

As a verb haste

is to urge onward; to hasten.

As an adjective unexpected is

not expected, anticipated or foreseen.

Haste vs Nimble - What's the difference?

haste | nimble |


As a noun haste

is speed; swiftness; dispatch.

As a verb haste

is to urge onward; to hasten.

As an adjective nimble is

quick and light in movement or action.

Haste vs Precipitance - What's the difference?

haste | precipitance | Synonyms |

Haste is a synonym of precipitance.


As nouns the difference between haste and precipitance

is that haste is speed; swiftness; dispatch while precipitance is .

As a verb haste

is to urge onward; to hasten.

Haste vs Nimbleness - What's the difference?

haste | nimbleness | Related terms |

Haste is a related term of nimbleness.


As nouns the difference between haste and nimbleness

is that haste is speed; swiftness; dispatch while nimbleness is the quality of being nimble.

As a verb haste

is to urge onward; to hasten.

Haste vs Acceleration - What's the difference?

haste | acceleration | Related terms |

Haste is a related term of acceleration.


As nouns the difference between haste and acceleration

is that haste is speed; swiftness; dispatch while acceleration is acceleration.

As a verb haste

is to urge onward; to hasten.

Haste vs Haste - What's the difference?

haste | haste | Related terms |

Haste is a related term of haste.


In obsolete|lang=en terms the difference between haste and haste

is that haste is (obsolete) hurry; urgency; sudden excitement of feeling or passion; precipitance; vehemence while haste is (obsolete) hurry; urgency; sudden excitement of feeling or passion; precipitance; vehemence.

In lang=en terms the difference between haste and haste

is that haste is to move with haste while haste is to move with haste.

As nouns the difference between haste and haste

is that haste is speed; swiftness; dispatch while haste is speed; swiftness; dispatch.

As verbs the difference between haste and haste

is that haste is to urge onward; to hasten while haste is to urge onward; to hasten.

Haste vs Liveliness - What's the difference?

haste | liveliness | Related terms |

Haste is a related term of liveliness.


As nouns the difference between haste and liveliness

is that haste is speed; swiftness; dispatch while liveliness is the quality of being lively; animation; energy.

As a verb haste

is to urge onward; to hasten.

Bustle vs Haste - What's the difference?

bustle | haste |


As nouns the difference between bustle and haste

is that bustle is an excited activity; a stir while haste is speed; swiftness; dispatch.

As verbs the difference between bustle and haste

is that bustle is to move busily and energetically with fussiness (often followed by about ) while haste is to urge onward; to hasten.

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