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precipitate

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precipitate, headlong, abrupt, impetuous, sudden mean showing undue haste or unexpectedness. precipitate stresses lack of due deliberation and implies prematureness of action.
    • the army's precipitate withdrawal
headlong stresses rashness and lack of forethought.
    • a headlong flight from arrest
abrupt stresses curtness and a lack of warning or ceremony.
    • an abrupt refusal
impetuous stresses extreme impatience or impulsiveness.
    • an impetuous lover proposing marriage
sudden stresses unexpectedness and sharpness or violence of action.
    • flew into a sudden rage

precipitate

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matter that settles to the bottom of a body of liquid
  • The chemist filtered out the precipitate from the solution.
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precipitate

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to fall as water in a continuous stream of drops from the clouds
  • The air mass was dry, as much of the moisture had precipitated out on the other side of the mountains.
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rain cats and dogs

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