Examples of splitting in a Sentence
the horse took off at a splitting gallop
Recent Examples of splitting from the Web
Henry has been splitting time with former Dallas standout DeMarco Murray.
The uncertainty over how to read recent inflation data is also splitting views with money managers including DSP BlackRock Investment Managers Pvt taking the other side and selling sovereign bonds.
True freshman Harry Crider has been splitting time with redshirt sophomore Hunter Littlejohn at center.
The scientists realized that the powder was somehow splitting water and releasing hydrogen, an exciting discovery given hydrogen’s usefulness as a fuel.
A year later, Stevens and Grimes are splitting time at quarterback.
Meanwhile, first overall pick Markelle Fultz finished with 10 points on 3-for-6 shooting while splitting time with the White and Blue teams.
Peterson, who gained 9 yards on the game’s first snap from scrimmage, finished with a dismal 18 yards on six carries while splitting time in the backfield with Mark Ingram and rookie Alvin Kamara.
But the power has made designers lazy, splitting alternate futures between glossy sales pitches for dull ideas (gondolas, streetcars) and thoughtless speculations that employ technology for technology’s sake.
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First Known Use of splitting
Synonymsblistering, breakneck, breathless, brisk, dizzy, fleet, fleet-footed, flying, galloping, hasty, hot, lightning, nippy, quick, rapid, rapid-fire, rattling, snappy, speedy, fast, swift, whirlwind, zippy
Related Wordsexpeditious, prompt, ready; accelerated, hastened, hurried, quickened, rushed; breathtaking; energetic, strenuous, strong, vigorous; high-speed; rush; ultrafast, ultrarapid
Near Antonymscrawling, dallying, dawdling, dillydallying, dragging, laggard, languid, lingering, plodding, poking, poky (or pokey), slowish, sluggish, unhurried; deliberate, leisurely, measured; dilatory, late, tardy; ultraslow
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