Cloud eased up his accelerator, eased down his mighty brakes.
"Say not so," says Barry, steppin' on the accelerator careless.
The alkali sets the reducer in action and is called the accelerator.
She had taken her foot off the accelerator, and the car slowed down.
Then Eileen stepped on the accelerator, the car shot forward, and was almost instantly out of sight.
Rick kept the accelerator to the floor except on the worst curves.
In tachycardia there is an irritation of the accelerator nerves to the heart, in brachycardia of the inhibitory nerves.
Scarcely had the beast come abreast of him than his foot leaped to the accelerator.
The village passed, he jammed down the accelerator and once more the car sprang forward.
The roads were empty at that hour, and her foot pressed the accelerator.
accelerator ac·cel·er·a·tor (āk-sěl'ə-rā'tər)
One that increases rapidity of action or function.
A nerve, muscle, or substance that quickens movement or response.
Additional hardware to perform some function faster than is possible in software running on the normal CPU. Examples include graphics accelerators and floating-point accelerators.