What is another word for speeds?

Pronunciation: [spˈiːdz] (IPA)

There are plenty of synonyms for the word "speeds." One common synonym is "velocity," which refers to the rate at which something moves. Another synonym is "pace," which refers to the speed at which something is happening or progressing. "Rapidity" is another synonym that suggests a fast or quick pace. "Swiftness" is yet another synonym that connotes a rapid or fast speed. "Hurry" and "haste" are also synonyms that suggest speed or urgency. Ultimately, the choice of synonym will depend on the context and the desired tone or emphasis of the sentence.

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What are the hypernyms for Speeds?

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Usage examples for Speeds

His flight is low but swift, and he soon drops to the ground and speeds away on his legs to a place of safety.
"Memoirs of Orange Jacobs"
Orange Jacobs
The ship isn't built-we're not built to stand such speeds.
"Once a Greech"
Evelyn E. Smith
It took years to get there, even at speeds only a little below that of light, time in which the individual was out of touch.
"Tangle Hold"
F. L. Wallace

Famous quotes with Speeds

  • I simply haven't the nerve to imagine a being, a force, a cause which keeps the planets revolving in their orbits and then suddenly stops in order to give me a bicycle with three speeds.
    Quentin Crisp
  • On the molecular scale, you find it's reasonable to have a machine that does a million steps per second, a mechanical system that works at computer speeds.
    K. Eric Drexler
  • Thus I was able to make pioneering measurements of the height and physical scale of plasma clouds in the ionosphere and also to estimate wind speeds in this region.
    Antony Hewish
  • Common sense and a sense of humor are the same thing, moving at different speeds. A sense of humor is just common sense, dancing.
    William James
  • There comes a point in your life when you realize how quickly time goes by, and how quickly it has gone. Then it really speeds up exponentially. With that, I think you start to put a lot of things into context; you start to see how huge the world is, and really, the universe.
    Michael Keaton

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