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fast
Definition:
Somerset East, South Africa

What does the acronym fast stand for?

FAST abbreviation definitions:
–  Fastenal Company
–  Flexible Accelerated Securities Transfer

Synonyms:

adjective
abandoned
ungoverned, unconstrained.
abiding
enduring, persistent, eternal.
all
fast.
dissolute
nighthawk, high living, in the fast lane, night owl.
durable
Diuturnal, long-continued, perduring, stouter.
earthy
ribald.
fast
breakneck, rushing, rapid, light-footed, hurrying, allegro, speedy, quick, hasty, galloping, swift, presto, nimble, expeditious, dashing, fleet, snappy.
fixed, immovable
true, wedged, sound, durable, firm, loyal, stable, permanent, glued, inextricable, sure, resistant, stuck, resolute, secure, attached, fortified, faithful, staunch, tight, indelible, constrained, ardent, lasting, close, held, constant, fastened, adherent, true blue, steadfast, impregnable, set, unwavering, tenacious.
giddy
Dizzying.
hasty
galloping, hurried, bustling, darting, quick, breakneck, feverish, abrupt, dashing, rushing, running, brisk, breathless, headlong, hasty, flying, fleet, harefooted, swift, chop-chop, slambang, urgent, impatient, pelting, rapid, speedy.
immoral, promiscuous
indecent, reckless, dissipated, libertine, debauched, careless, intemperate, unchaste, lecherous, self-gratifying, salacious, profligate, incontinent, frivolous, devil-may-care, rakish, libidinous, light, lascivious, giddy, wild, lewd, licentious, sportive, loose, sporty, gadabout, depraved, extravagant, easy, wanton, flirtatious, self-indulgent, bawdy, lustful, dissolute.
intensive
INDEPTH, speeded up, speeded-up, in depth, out and out.
liege
liege.
sharp
having smarts, nobody's fool, quick on the trigger, quick on the uptake, penetrative, smart as a tack, quick on trigger, sharp.
speeding
racing.
speedy
nimble, fleeting, rapid, double-time, electric, PDQ, ready, Expeditive, hypersonic, Posthaste, swift, in nothing flat, active, agile, quick, supersonic, snappy, screamin', like all get out, like a bat out of hell, pronto, chop-chop, racing, in a jiffy, accelerated, like crazy, speedball, brisk, dashing, winged, flying, hairtrigger, like mad, velocious, flashing, presto, hurried, hot, Lickety Split, expeditious, snap, BLUE STREAK, breakneck, hasty, fleet, on the double.
stable
stabile, well-founded, well-built, brick-wall, staying put, brick wall.
strong
clear cut, well-established.
sudden
flasher.
tenacious
retentive, unforgetful, Clingy.
tight
Padlocked, watertight, Slammed, stopped up, proofer, skintight, hermetically sealed, close-fitting, stuck.
true
veridical, high-principled, truehearted, no lie, on up and up, undistorted.
winged
alate, feathered, pennate, alar.
adverb
hard
steadfastly.
hastily
double-quick, Unpremeditatedly, heedlessly, too quickly, on spur of moment, Subito, on spur of the moment, thoughtlessly, agilely.
quickly
frenetic, in a flash/like a flash/quick as a flash, like mad.
soon
in a minute, in time, in a little while, in a second, coming down the pike, in short order, before long, by and by, in due time, any minute now, in a short time.
adverb
all
fast.
fixedly
securely, firmly, solidly, soundly, hard, tightly, steadfastly, deeply.
hard
harder.
hastily
hurriedly, hastily, precipitately, expeditiously, post-haste.
quickly
helter-skelter, headlong, easily, Rapid-fire, cracking, rushed, smartish, overnight, pell-mell, briefly, slapdash, frenetic, snap.
soon
ere long, soonest.
speedily
promptly, in a flash, like a flash, expeditiously, hastily, like a shot, quickly, like wildfire, soon, fleetly, hurriedly, in short order, like greased lightning, apace, flat-out, full tilt, swiftly, rapidly, in haste.
noun
abstention from eating
diet, fasting, Xerophagy, abstinence.
act
fasting, fast.
demonstration
peace march, picket line, teach-in, love-in, mass lobby, lie-in.
fast
hastening, fastened, riotous, tinted, scurrying, faithful, degenerate, rapid, express, fleet, accelerating, fasting, dissolute, red hot, hot, immoral, straightaway, barred, alacritous, high-velocity, secured, libertine, speedy, allegretto, fixed, degraded, dissipated, truehearted, swift, firm, allegro, accelerated, meteoric, andantino, instant, prestissimo, vivace, blistering, immobile, double quick, high-speed, hurrying, profligate, immediate, winged, presto, loyal, speeding, dyed, colorfast, flying, bolted, tight, debauched, smooth, instantaneous, latched, quick, prompt, locked.
firmly fixed
firm, secure, immovable.
promiscuous
loose, lewd, wild, flirtatious, wanton.
rapid
speedy, fleeting, high-speed, like a bat out of hell, fleet, on the double, at warp speed, quick, swift, swift-footed, lickety-split, quick as lightning, swift as an arrow, brisk, racing.
verb
close
intimate.
consumption
fast.
go without food
refrain, famish, starve, deny oneself, forbear, not eat, go hungry, abstain.
Examples of usage:
  1. The club is running down fast. – Love Conquers All by Robert C. Benchley
  2. We are going with her, fast. – Rose MacLeod by Alice Brown
  3. I'll go fast enough, if you've not started soon. – A Hero of Romance by Richard Marsh
  4. And now it remained to her to take herself away from Stalham as fast as she might. – Ayala's Angel by Anthony Trollope
  5. So let me have the Book as fast as may be. – The Correspondence of Thomas Carlyle and Ralph Waldo Emerson, 1834-1872, Vol II. by Thomas Carlyle and Ralph Waldo Emerson
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