from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. comparative form of fast: more fast
- adv. comparative form of fast: more fast
- n. Agent noun of fast (voluntarily refrain from eating); one who fasts.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. One who abstains from food.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. One who fasts.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. more quickly
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And then she danced faster, _faster_, FASTER, till she went at quite a furious rate.
_mannerly modest_, as a _measure_, full of _state and ancientry_; and then comes repentance, and with his bad legs falls into the _cinque-pace faster and faster_ till he sink into his grave.
It’s been a while – so ai’ll start out slolee *skate skate skate fliparound skating bakwerds now – faster, faster, faster* *thump* Oh mai.
-Adam ties Dominic with FRACTIONS, but because he spelled his word faster, he takes the lead.
So you want them to change the way the rings have worked since day 1 just to gain a title faster?
In mid-December, the Islamic republic test-fired its Sejil 2 (Lethal Stone), which it described as a faster version of a medium-range missile that could allow it to strike Israel.
The intent of the mend is to create slack in faster water.
Some of that may be linked to better reporting and screening, and one reason why the rate of syphilis among newborns may be growing faster is because they are being tested more than in the past, Tucker said.
Your need to get to work or home faster is not a civil right.
There are a LOT of things you can do faster from a command line than mousing around. brianburnham