- postganglionic motor neuron,
- postgastrectomy syndrome,
- posthepatitic cirrhosis,
Origin of posthaste
Examples from the Web for post-haste
However, time was too precious to be wasted in soliloquizing, so he went off post-haste towards the woods round the Priory.A Coin of Edward VII|Fergus Hume
I was told the owner's name and immediately sent a messenger for him post-haste.My Life in Many States and in Foreign Lands|George Francis Train
So poor Will would have to find, in post-haste, the nearest friends he could find to trust him and his story.Shakespeare's Family|Mrs. C. C. Stopes
Surely you came off in post-haste this morning without your rings?'The Guinea Stamp|Annie S. Swan
To one of the leading booksellers Veron trotted off post-haste, and opened the business.
1590s, from a noun (1530s) meaning "great speed," usually said to be from "post haste" instruction formerly written on letters (attested from 1530s), from post (adv.) + haste (n.). The verb post "to ride or travel with great speed" is recorded from 1550s.
Immediately, with great speed: “Get the flood warning to the media posthaste.”