hurry

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hurry

verb accelerate, conclude, create, demand more, develop, drive faster, drive harder, engender, get more productivity, go faster, hasten, in high gear, pick up the pace, precipitate, press, press forward, push, quicken, quicken the pace, speed-up, spur, to go full throttle
Associated concepts: expedited trial, speedy trial
See also: dispatch, expedite, haste, hasten, precipitate, race, urge
References in classic literature ?
with so wild a face that busy and selfish London stands to gaze after him, he hurries to his lodgings, bolts the door, and throws himself upon the bed.
The Mugger hurries with them from point to point, shuffling very low through the mud.
All his life he had thwarted her, stolen from her, used her as one could not use even a hired hand, worked her more as a slave-driver hurries his underlings that profits may mount; now, by her mere existence, she was thwarting him.
Tulkinghorn hurries to the landing and calls, "Miss Flite
She gathers her skirts above her ankles and hurries off towards the Strand].
D'Artagnan fancied he perceived that these two men had something to say to each other, and he was about to yield to that feeling of instinctive politeness which in such a case hurries a man towards the door, when he feels his presence is an inconvenience for others; but his eager curiosity, spurred on by so many mysteries, counseled him to remain.