hastened

Hastened vs Hastily - What's the difference?

hastened | hastily |


As a verb hastened

is (hasten).

As an adverb hastily is

in a hasty manner; quickly, hurriedly.

Hurried vs Hastened - What's the difference?

hurried | hastened |


As verbs the difference between hurried and hastened

is that hurried is (hurry) while hastened is (hasten).

As an adjective hurried

is  done in a hurry; rushed.

Accelerated vs Hastened - What's the difference?

accelerated | hastened |


As verbs the difference between accelerated and hastened

is that accelerated is (accelerate) while hastened is (hasten).

As an adjective accelerated

is moving or progressing faster than is usual.

Fastened vs Hastened - What's the difference?

fastened | hastened |


As verbs the difference between fastened and hastened

is that fastened is (fasten) while hastened is (hasten).

Hastened vs Hastener - What's the difference?

hastened | hastener |


As a verb hastened

is (hasten).

As a noun hastener is

agent noun of hasten; one who hastens.

Hastened vs Chastened - What's the difference?

hastened | chastened |


As verbs the difference between hastened and chastened

is that hastened is (hasten) while chastened is (chasten).

As an adjective chastened is

made chaste.

Hastened - What does it mean?

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Hastened - What does it mean?

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What is the difference between hastened and accelerate?

hastened | accelerate |


As verbs the difference between hastened and accelerate

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

As a adjective accelerate is

(rare) accelerated; quickened; hastened; hurried.