verb (used with or without object), hast·ed, hast·ing.
Origin of haste
SYNONYMS FOR haste
Examples from the Web for haste
Was her coronation as the future queen of pop soul made in haste?The Swedish Queen of Soulful Pop: Mapei Won’t Wait for You to Listen|Caitlin Dickson|October 16, 2014|DAILY BEAST
In their haste the government wranglers also damaged precious water resources Bundy had worked years to develop.
He showed no signs of haste, nor of fatigue, nor of any human feeling.
A frightened maid came out in haste and ran away to fetch some remedy.
Minority rights matter a lot in a body which was supposed to be a firewall against the haste and folly of popular sentiment.
Langford sprang to his friends aid, using his fists with plentiful freedom in his haste to get to him.Langford of the Three Bars|Kate Boyles
The Emperor rode thither in haste, while Mahommed betook himself to the shore of the sea.The Prince of India, Volume II|Lew. Wallace
But when quite near they saw that it was a Dutch ship, and consequently began to retire in all haste.
Price $115, if I remember rightly,—and no commission on sales,—but the work suffers in consequence of the haste.The Life and Letters of Lafcadio Hearn, Volume 2|Elizabeth Bisland
Then he armed himself in all haste, and rode into the forest.Historic Tales, Vol. XIII (of 15)|Charles Morris
British Dictionary definitions for haste
Derived Formshasteful, adjectivehastefully, adverb
Word Origin for haste
Idioms and Phrases with haste
In addition to the idiom beginning with haste
- haste makes waste
- make haste