feverish haste

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Then I grasped the paddle, and with feverish haste urged the awkward, wobbly thing out upon the surface of the sea.
And for a long time, despite the feverish haste with which the mob tried to end the work that had been begun, those who were hitting, throttling, and tearing at Vereshchagin were unable to kill him, for the crowd pressed from all sides, swaying as one mass with them in the center and rendering it impossible for them either to kill him or let him go.
And then came a handful of brave men--a little rear guard backing slowly toward the west, working their smoking rifles in feverish haste as they fired volley after volley at the foe we could not see.
Apollon," I whispered in feverish haste, flinging down before him the seven roubles which had remained all the time in my clenched fist, "here are your wages, you see I give them to you; but for that you must come to my rescue: bring me tea and a dozen rusks from the restaurant.
After finishing his scribbling, Razumov, with a sort of feverish haste, put away the pen, then rammed the notebook into his pocket, first tearing out the written pages with an almost convulsive brusqueness.
The road was rugged, but still we seemed to fly over it with a feverish haste.
With feverish haste we had turned the body over, and that dripping beard was pointing up to the cold, clear moon.
As quick as I can," said Marija, and she stood up and began putting on her corsets with feverish haste.
Grandiose promises were made with feverish haste and intent to make up for the tardy initial response.