- v. Simple past tense and past participle of haste.
“They "hasted," and a second or two after were creeping, doubled up lest their heads show above the darkened windows and arouse unwelcome curiosity, along the rear of Torrence.”
“So the sun stood still in the midst of heaven, and hasted not to go down about a whole day.”
“Existing tax law -- tax law that Republicans passed through reconciliation, I hasted to point out -- is that all the Bush tax cuts fully expire next year.”
“Having a little recover'd our Fatigue, Clodius hasted to convey us to his Castle, which stood in the Midst of Sardinia, encompass'd with many Lordships of his own: A Place truly magnificent, having been in former Times the Palace Royal of the Kings of”
“In the mean Time, there hasted to us all the Company of Hunters, who by their Carriage towards her, soon made me understand she was the Princess”
“Then as they hasted to the fray, some would fall and some rise up again, while others hadst thou seen laid low in death.”
“She being glad to get thus quit, hasted away, leaving the Man and his Wife to finish the Dispute between themselves.”
“But he repelled the feeling, as if it had been a suggestion of Satan, and took care that not a single word should escape to betray to the churchman that such a profane thought had ever occupied his bosom; on the contrary, he hasted to change the subject.”
“They hasted out of the Tower as fast as they could, fastned and barricaded it up close, as they found it, and so left it.”
“Robert; But the good Knight hasted away to the King, and laid the whole Transaction before his Majesty.”
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