Hastily [adverb]

Definition of Hastily:

with great speed

Opposite/Antonyms of Hastily:

Sentence/Example of Hastily:

But, like a hastily eaten fast-food meal, they’re quickly forgotten.

The hastily drafted bill left open to interpretation which sorts of businesses would be eligible to get this tax break.

Section 230 barely rates a mention in Senate’s hasty pre-election flogging of tech CEOsWe’ll have more from our interview with Case tomorrow.

If you build a winterized outdoor patio, they still might not comeAs more states are allowing the hospitality business to reopen in varying capacities, restaurants, particularly those in cooler climates, are hastily prepping for a winter al fresco.

It might have been an additional shield to some particular interests, and another obstacle generally to hasty and partial measures.

I hastily switched tabs and bought three jars of the seasoning blend with expedited shipping.

A newsletter that’s been hastily thrown together is a guaranteed one-way ticket to the unsubscribe button.

Meanwhile, further link building continued, as hastily submitted reconsideration requests were rejected, one after another.

You are struck by the movements of the police officers and the man, which are hasty, inelegant.

The Baltimore Ravens have now ended two seasons in a row with hasty playoff exits.