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Word of the Day 10/14/20 Festinate

Festinate (verb, adjective)
festinate [ verb fes-tuh-neyt; adjective fes-tuh-neyt, -nit ]


verb (used with or without object), fes·ti·nat·ed, fes·ti·nat·ing.
1. to hurry; hasten.

adjective
2. hurried.

OTHER WORDS FROM FESTINATE
fes·ti·nate·ly, adverb

WORDS RELATED TO FESTINATE
sail, dash, whiz, sprint, speed, quicken, zip, flash, hustle, shoot, run, dart, bolt, hurry, fly, whisk, tear, zoom, scurry, race

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Origin: 1595–1605; < Latin festīnātus hurried, past participle of festināre;see -ate

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