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
When the pool protested, saying the pictures from a White House photographer wouldn't be used, news reporters and photographers were hastily escorted into the Oval Office for the signing.
But the script drops only a few hints about such real-life parallels before hastily unearthing, but not fully exploring, other big ideas.
Unfortunately, the striker shot straight at Lopez while heavily under pressure from the hastily tracking home defenders.
Gardner hastily lined up a potential replacement in Florida and gave Cleveland 48 hours for an answer.
Here's the email AT&T CEO Randall Stephenson sent to employees: https://twitter.com/jimtankersley/status/943561039475625985 Companies in other industries hastily followed suit.
The messaging war to frame the bill – hastily hammered out by Republicans with no Democratic support – is already under way and will continue next year.
When Midge and Moose come into the lounge and everyone starts gushing over welcoming Moose back, Archie hastily leaves and Betty follows to question him.
Democrats are furious, noting that from the start the drafting of the tax reform effort has been carried out hastily and almost exclusively behind the G.O.P.’s closed doors.
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First Known Use of hastily
Synonymscursorily, headlong, hotfoot, hurriedly, pell-mell, precipitately, precipitously, rashly, on the spur of the moment
Related Wordsheadfirst, headily, hotheadedly, impatiently, impetuously, impulsively, recklessly, thoughtlessly; automatically, glancingly, haphazardly; impromptu, spontaneously; abruptly, suddenly; offhand, offhandedly
Near Antonymscalculatingly, circumspectly, designedly; falteringly, haltingly, hesitantly, hesitatingly, tentatively; leisurely, slowly
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