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superlativeform of rapid: most rapid.
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Simon - Of course I disagree with you on the flaws being the personnel selected instead of institutional, and the Amending Process broken for half a century in a time of the rapidest global change ever not being "right to be so difficult to Amend", but wrong in perpetuating Stasis.
You write that "the Amending Process has been broken for half a century in a time of the rapidest global change ever."
It was the rapidest and most dastardly flight you could possibly conceive; but it was a great compliment to the argumentative powers of the Parson, and he felt it as such.
Did you ever notice that when things are going at the very rapidest rate possible, they seem to be standing perfectly still?
Dreamland Julie Mathilde Lippmann
The subject offered him material for none but serious treatment; he could never see the humor of sea-sickness; but it united itself with a great variety of other impressions which made the first month of travel altogether the rapidest school of education he had yet found.
Berlin (18581859) 1918
It has a strangely solitary aspect, enhanced by its surroundings of the most uncongenial, rapidly growing modernisms; the hoar of ages surrounded by the brightest, slightest, and rapidest of modern growths.
Grey, who was Under-Secretary of the Colonies, and afterwards rose to hold high office in many a Government, and had at one time the somewhat undesirable reputation of being the rapidest speaker in the House of
A History of the Four Georges and of William IV, Volume IV (of 4) Justin McCarthy 1898
For to-day and the States, I think the vividest, rapidest, most stupendous processes ever known, ever performd by man or nation, on the largest scales and in countless varieties, are now and here presented.
She would allow nothing but the simplest and rapidest methods; and Marie had been secretly alarmed lest her hand should lose her cunning.
Eleanor Humphry Ward 1885
They had passed the Azores, that lovely May morning, and were headed for Cape St. Vincent, -- the good old _Lorelei_ lounging along at her easiest gait, the which is also her rapidest.
A Bookful of Girls Anna Fuller 1884