Examples of apace in a Sentence
Development on the project continued apace.
the end of another year is hastening apace
Recent Examples of apace from the Web
On the other hand, research continued apace, and the prohibition on the use of chemical weapons did not completely stop them from being put into action.
Rather, there has been gradual improvement underway for many years that continues apace.
Ministers laid out their agendas and explained to visitors that reforms, mostly aimed at relaxing the government’s grip on the economy, were proceeding apace.
Eagle and its town are the center for the official New Jersey Fringe Festival, begun in 2012 and growing apace.
Equally exhilarating for Baldwin is the frequent discovery of new species in the region, which continues apace to this day and is only likely to ramp up as the team takes Curasub on field trips further and further from the Curaçao mainland.
But the seemingly inexorable decline continued apace.
The issues that gay youths face are, in many respects, more interesting, and the breakthroughs on that front continue apace.
Her right nostril drips annoyingly apace from her parking space on Wooster all the way to the West Side Highway.
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Origin and Etymology of apace
First Known Use: 14th centurySee Words from the same year
a mile a minute, at full throttle, at full tilt, by leaps and bounds, in a hurry, in short order, like a shot, like gangbusters, like wildfire;
APACE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of apace for English Language Learners
: at a fast speed or pace
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