adjective, hast·i·er, hast·i·est.
SYNONYMS FOR hasty
Related formshast·i·ly, adverbhast·i·ness, nounun·hast·i·ly, adverbun·hast·y, adjective
Examples from the Web for hastily
And while there now are blood reserves lining hospital shelves, Dudley said the nonprofit is hastily approaching a crisis.
A senior Russian ambassador has demanded—and been hastily given—a top-level appointment at the Foreign Office today.
This week Weiner addressed the new revelations at a hastily called press conference.Anthony Weiner and Other Democrats in Sex Scandals Don’t Mention God|Dean Obeidallah|July 25, 2013|DAILY BEAST
“It caused the perpetrators to hastily plan and make mistakes,” Cilluffo said.The Suspect Remains at Large, But the Lockdown Was a Big Success|Eli Lake|April 19, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Instead they hastily passed what was basically a draft bill, which had done virtually nothing about the MEPs.
"I mean only that He could not have the heart," she said hastily.Tommy and Grizel|J.M. Barrie
David, seizing the opportunity, deposited his reserve of lozenges in the ground and hastily swept some earth over them.Brother Jacob|George Eliot
Together the lads pieced out the narrative as they had hastily prepared it.Blackbeard: Buccaneer|Ralph D. Paine
The key-note to her character is in this novel she grabbed as she hastily packed her bag—‘The Madness of May.’The Madness of May|Meredith Nicholson
Some repairers use a hastily made solution of powdered colour such as burnt umber, and paint or rub it into the wood.The Repairing & Restoration of Violins|Horace Petherick