Examples of splitting in a Sentence
the horse took off at a splitting gallop
Recent Examples of splitting from the Web
Legacy safety Jalen Catalon was splitting time at quarterback.
Martin finished 2017 with 198 carries for 2,228 rushing yards and 35 touchdowns while splitting time with teammate Antonio Robinson, a Coastal Carolina commit who also ran for 1,391 yards.
Spedden is splitting time with junior Carlos Diaz in Fuller's 10-man rotation.
Bills Mafia doing Bills Mafia things and hitting Mark Ingram with a beer pic.twitter.com/mTcm94sRQf Ingram has been splitting time with rookie Alvin Kamara, who played at Alabama before transferring to Tennessee.
Obviously splitting time with another talented tailback like Weber is going to chip away at the chances for the starter.
There are so many new moving parts, from three starters on the offensive line, five tight ends splitting time, and wide receivers that are, for the most part, experiencing their first heavy game action at the college level.
True freshman Harry Crider has been splitting time with redshirt sophomore Hunter Littlejohn at center.
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.
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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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