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What does the acronym fast stand for?
FAST abbreviation definitions:
enduring, persistent, eternal.
nighthawk, high living, in the fast lane, night owl.
Diuturnal, long-continued, perduring, stouter.
breakneck, rushing, rapid, light-footed, hurrying, allegro, speedy, quick, hasty, galloping, swift, presto, nimble, expeditious, dashing, fleet, snappy.
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.
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.
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.
INDEPTH, speeded up, speeded-up, in depth, out and out.
having smarts, nobody's fool, quick on the trigger, quick on the uptake, penetrative, smart as a tack, quick on trigger, sharp.
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.
stabile, well-founded, well-built, brick-wall, staying put, brick wall.
clear cut, well-established.
retentive, unforgetful, Clingy.
Padlocked, watertight, Slammed, stopped up, proofer, skintight, hermetically sealed, close-fitting, stuck.
veridical, high-principled, truehearted, no lie, on up and up, undistorted.
alate, feathered, pennate, alar.
double-quick, Unpremeditatedly, heedlessly, too quickly, on spur of moment, Subito, on spur of the moment, thoughtlessly, agilely.
frenetic, in a flash/like a flash/quick as a flash, like mad.
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.
securely, firmly, solidly, soundly, hard, tightly, steadfastly, deeply.
hurriedly, hastily, precipitately, expeditiously, post-haste.
helter-skelter, headlong, easily, Rapid-fire, cracking, rushed, smartish, overnight, pell-mell, briefly, slapdash, frenetic, snap.
ere long, soonest.
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.
abstention from eating
diet, fasting, Xerophagy, abstinence.
peace march, picket line, teach-in, love-in, mass lobby, lie-in.
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.
firm, secure, immovable.
loose, lewd, wild, flirtatious, wanton.
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.
go without food
refrain, famish, starve, deny oneself, forbear, not eat, go hungry, abstain.
Examples of usage:
– Love Conquers All by Robert C. Benchley
– Rose MacLeod by Alice Brown
– A Hero of Romance by Richard Marsh
– Ayala's Angel by Anthony Trollope
– The Correspondence of Thomas Carlyle and Ralph Waldo Emerson, 1834-1872, Vol II. by Thomas Carlyle and Ralph Waldo Emerson