Words nearby fast-moving
Origin of fast-moving
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Getting close to a bunch of giant, angry, fast-moving wild animals does.
The fast-moving, competitive capital of the United States forced him out of his more reserved shell, he says.
In the last scene, he uses his calculus of flow to rescue an Iraqi boy from a fast-moving, wind-buffeted river.Joseph McElroy’s ‘Cannonball’ Is the Meta Iraq War Novel|Tom LeClair|July 25, 2013|DAILY BEAST
The baby would have found herself in a fast-moving and quickly thickening forest of huge legs.How to Capture an Elephant: Excerpt From Michael Daly’s ‘Topsy’|Michael Daly|July 8, 2013|DAILY BEAST
This was an egregious error, a product of a fast-moving media culture in which getting it first often supersedes getting it right.Media Misfire: Accusing the Wrong Man in Connecticut Shooting|Howard Kurtz|December 15, 2012|DAILY BEAST
To have leaped from the fast-moving train among the rocks which lined the right of way, would have been fatal.Broke|Edwin A. Brown
If he is right it is inevitable that time, fast-moving or slow-moving, must influence the conception of events.Criminal Psychology|Hans Gross
Then, abruptly, the fast-moving cavalcade came to the edge of the city and plunged into it.The Hate Disease|William Fitzgerald Jenkins
The fast-moving train is stopped by an air brake, and the locomotive bell is rung by touching an air cylinder.Inventions in the Century|William Henry Doolittle
Within three weeks of the surrender Prince Maurice with a body of fast-moving cavalry overran that county almost unopposed.