hasten

Hasten vs Urgent - What's the difference?

hasten | urgent |


As a noun hasten

is .

As an adjective urgent is

requiring immediate attention.

Disrupt vs Hasten - What's the difference?

disrupt | hasten |


As a verb disrupt

is to throw into confusion or disorder.

As an adjective disrupt

is (obsolete) torn off or torn asunder; severed; disrupted.

As a noun hasten is

.

Hurried vs Hasten - What's the difference?

hurried | hasten |


As an adjective hurried

is  done in a hurry; rushed.

As a verb hurried

is (hurry).

As a noun hasten is

.

Hasten vs Prompt - What's the difference?

hasten | prompt |


As nouns the difference between hasten and prompt

is that hasten is while prompt is a reminder or cue.

As an adjective prompt is

(archaic) ready, willing (to act).

As a verb prompt is

to lead someone toward what they should say or do.

Spur vs Hasten - What's the difference?

spur | hasten |


As nouns the difference between spur and hasten

is that spur is tire marks while hasten is .

Hasten vs Stall - What's the difference?

hasten | stall |


As nouns the difference between hasten and stall

is that hasten is while stall is a stand (device to hold something upright or aloft).

As a verb stall is

.

Fling vs Hasten - What's the difference?

fling | hasten | Related terms |

Fling is a related term of hasten.


As nouns the difference between fling and hasten

is that fling is an act of throwing, often violently while hasten is .

As a verb fling

is to throw with violence or quick movement; to hurl.

Hasten vs Forward - What's the difference?

hasten | forward | Related terms |

Hasten is a related term of forward.


As nouns the difference between hasten and forward

is that hasten is while forward is (dialectal|or|obsolete) agreement; covenant or forward can be (rugby) one of the eight players (comprising two props, one hooker, two locks, two flankers and one number eight, collectively known as the pack) whose primary task is to gain and maintain possession of the ball (compare back).

As an adjective forward is

toward the front or at the front.

As an adverb forward is

towards the front or from the front.

As a verb forward is

to advance, promote.

Lumber vs Hasten - What's the difference?

lumber | hasten | Related terms |

Lumber is a related term of hasten.


As nouns the difference between lumber and hasten

is that lumber is (uncountable) wood intended as a building material while hasten is .

As a verb lumber

is to move clumsily.

Poke vs Hasten - What's the difference?

poke | hasten | Related terms |

Poke is a related term of hasten.


As nouns the difference between poke and hasten

is that poke is (us|slang) a lazy person; a dawdler or poke can be or poke can be (dialectal) pokeweed while hasten is .

As a verb poke

is to prod or jab with a pointed object such as a finger or a stick.

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