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Origin of speedster

First recorded in 1915–20; speed + -ster
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Related Words for speedster

racer, speedster

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Contemporary Examples of speedster

Historical Examples of speedster

  • Mr. Garfield Goil disembarked from the speedster with a small retinue.

    Jack of No Trades

    Charles Cottrell

  • I thanked him and he said it was nothing and sped down to his speedster and I went in to my Christian room.

    Jane Journeys On

    Ruth Comfort Mitchell

  • Decision instantly made, Costigan ran back toward the speedster, but he was not deserting his companions.


    Edward Elmer Smith

  • The picture of the speedster's control room flashed upon the plate and Costigan's voice greeted them from the speaker.


    Edward Elmer Smith

  • The blast expired and there, plainly limned upon the observation plates, was the Nevian speedster.


    Edward Elmer Smith

British Dictionary definitions for speedster


  1. a fast car, esp a sports model
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