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haste noun

ADJ. blind, breathless, frantic, great She worked with frantic haste. | indecent, reckless, undue He accused the government of undue haste in bringing in the new law.

VERB + HASTE make I had to make haste if I wasn't to be late.

PREP. in (your) ~ They obviously left in great haste. In his haste to get home, he forgot to go to the library. | with ~ He married again with almost indecent haste. | without ~ They approached without haste.

PHRASES with all haste The ships were ordered to sea with all haste.