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
After years of uneven progress, construction is now proceeding apace, and Egyptian officials say the building should be completed by the end of 2018, with a public opening sometime next year.
As the Queen’s reign continues apace, perhaps one day there will be a meeting with a 13th president.
There’s already a 5-4 conservative majority on those, so conservative rulings like the ones Kennedy wrote or joined in DC v. Heller, Citizens United, or Hobby Lobby will continue apace.
Data breaches have continued apace in 2018, but their quiet cousin, data exposure, has been prominent this year as well.
The great geezer renaissance in men’s tennis continues apace.
But experts say the question is when, not if, tariffs will become an economic headwind if the increased imposition of tariffs continues apace.
Along with embracing a new platform, the show has tried—with mixed results—to keep apace with the culture outside of the Trump-o-sphere.
Facebook remains the dominant social network for US Internet users, while Twitter has failed to keep apace with rivals like Instagram and Pinterest, a study showed.
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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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