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- v. To tie reliably.
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Tintin’s knife would make fast work of this Preservation Shay.
So if you place a moratorium on drive-throughs, you will make fast food a whole lot less convenient and will take away the spontaneity that leaves you “supersized.”
Fetch 'em in along the yard and make fast to the tye!
I will steel myself against him, make fast all my defenses, and from behind the strong walls of my queenly state, I will strike him such a blow as to be certain that he will never rise again.