- adj. Moving or changing rapidly.
- adj. of communication that proceeds rapidly
“What Robert B. Parker was good at, for some 40 years and more than 60 books, was creating fast-paced, smoothly written, entertaining and even addictive stories, more than half of them involving Spenser, who often seemed vain (in a self-deprecating way) and smug, but who was always aware of his job's demands and was willing and able to meet them.”
“Always a fun favourite is the Flip Out, where celebrity artists do fast-paced sketches on an easel, before handing them out to lucky audience members.”
“The first chunk of this opening double is fast-paced, incident-filled and fantastically confusing.”
“That's an asset in a fast-paced program where many students come in with specific backgrounds or specialties.”
“So begins a nearly 3.5 hour long, fast-paced Hamlet hike around Alcatraz.”
“This book is a kind of sensual barrage, a skeet-shoot of information and cleverness, brief and fast-paced.”
“But the book itself, while I did not utterly fall in love with it, is a cheeky, fast-paced, suitably apocalyptic romp through Ragnarok, to which (predictably) I am entirely sympathetic.”
“Mother's little helper in this fast-paced digital era is of course her phone.”
“The goal is to promote the post-meal nap, a cherished Spanish tradition many says is eroding because of modern fast-paced lifestyles.”
“But the French are also raising their children in the fast-paced, hectic world of the Twentieth Century and, like the rest of us, rely much too often on fast food and convenience food, the canned or the frozen.”
These user-created lists contain the word ‘fast-paced’.
Locomotion, movement, mobility et al
Looking for tweets for fast-paced.