make+haste

  • 1 make haste — index hasten, precipitate (hasten) Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …

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  • 2 make haste — phrasal : hasten, hurry members of the committee make haste to tell her how glad they are Agnes M. Miall * * * make haste To hasten • • • Main Entry: ↑haste * * * make haste phrase an old expression meaning to hurry in order to d …

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  • 3 make haste — {v. phr.} To move fast; hurry. Rarely used in speaking. * /The dog wriggled into one end of the hollow log, and the rabbit made haste to get out the other end./ * /Mary saw that she had hurt Jane s feelings, and made haste to say she was sorry./… …

    Dictionary of American idioms

  • 4 make haste — {v. phr.} To move fast; hurry. Rarely used in speaking. * /The dog wriggled into one end of the hollow log, and the rabbit made haste to get out the other end./ * /Mary saw that she had hurt Jane s feelings, and made haste to say she was sorry./… …

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  • 5 make\ haste — v. phr. To move fast; hurry. Rarely used in speaking. The dog wriggled into one end of the hollow log, and the rabbit made haste to get out the other end. Mary saw that she had hurt Jane s feelings, and made haste to say she was sorry. Compare:… …

    Словарь американских идиом

  • 6 make haste — Synonyms and related words: bolt, bundle, bustle, career, chase, crowd, dart, dash, dash off, dash on, double time, festinate, fling, get going, get moving, haste, hasten, hie, hump, hump it, hurry, hurry on, hurry through, hurry up, hurry scurry …

    Moby Thesaurus

  • 7 make haste — dated hurry; hasten. → haste …

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  • 8 make haste — verb To hurry or hasten …

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  • 9 make haste — Meaning Origin From Shakespeare s King John …

    Meaning and origin of phrases

  • 10 make haste — go quickly, rush …

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  • 11 make haste — Be quick …

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  • 12 make haste — an old expression meaning to hurry in order to do something …

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  • 13 make haste — idi to hasten; hurry …

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  • 14 Make Haste to Live — Directed by William A. Seiter Produced by William A. Seiter Written by Warren B. Duff Starring …

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  • 15 make haste slowly — Cf. L. festina lente, make haste slowly; after SUETONIUS Augustus xxv. 4. nihil autem minus perfecto duci quam festinationem temeritatemque convenire arbitratur. crebro itaque illa iactabat: σπεῦδε βραδέως, he [Augustus] thought that haste and… …

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  • 16 make\ haste\ with — • hurry on with • make haste with v. phr. To make rapid progress in an undertaking. Sue promised to hurry on with the report and send it out today …

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  • 17 make haste with — See: HURRY ON WITH …

    Dictionary of American idioms

  • 18 make haste with — See: HURRY ON WITH …

    Dictionary of American idioms

  • 19 To make haste — Haste Haste (h[=a]st), n. [OE. hast; akin to D. haast, G., Dan., Sw., & OFries. hast, cf. OF. haste, F. h[^a]te (of German origin); all perh. fr. the root of E. hate in a earlier sense of, to pursue. See {Hate}.] 1. Celerity of motion; speed;… …

    The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • 20 haste — [heıst] n [U] [Date: 1200 1300; : Old Frenc] 1.) great speed in doing something, especially because you do not have enough time = ↑hurry ▪ I soon regretted my haste. in your haste to do sth ▪ In his haste to leave, he forgot his briefcase. 2.) in …

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