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- v. Present participle of festinate.
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He's festinating around the country making completely contradictory statements, careening through D.C. only long enough to upset bipartisan negotiations, and goin 'up on two wheels as he tries to "pivot" from one mendacious assertion to another.
LONG: It would just be so festinating in the coming days to go learn about the dynamics that existed between those quartets of pirates.
On a recent visit to the campus, I saw students openly festinating on the malls, conjugating in the halls, and even lucubrating in library stalls till all hours of the night!