Examples of hastily in a Sentence
the hastily put together report contained a lot of errors
the congresswoman hastily made her way towards the waiting elevator
Recent Examples of hastily from the Web
In diplomatic circles, Reykjavik, Iceland’s frosty capital, refers President Ronald Reagan and Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbachev’s hastily arranged arms reduction talks in 1986.
But Wall Street has been appalled with Mr. Trump's tariff plans, hastily announced last week without full details and prompting worries of a trade war that could undermine the benefits of the tax cut.
The Legislature is hastily wrapping up other work before the end of the week.
Amid fears of massive protests over the project, the ordinance was hastily adopted.
Old shoes and organic bits are placed on the floor to give the impression that the space is some kind of laboratory, which was hastily abandoned and has been left to begin to decay.
On that same evening, Kennedy hastily went on national television to decry the immorality of segregation and to announce plans to introduce civil rights legislation.
And Bank of Baroda has hastily announced the closure of its South African operation, accused of having shady business associations there.
The dinner looked hastily abandoned, and as it was further deconstructed by hungry supermodels, celebrities, and fashion insiders, the club music dropped and the afterparty began.
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First Known Use of hastily
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;
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