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Antonyms for slow

all:

fast.

behind, late:

exciting, interesting, bright, violent, wild.

unhurried, lazy:

energetic, fast, lively, smart, waiting, on cue, on time, enthusiastic, rapid, cognizant, moving, complicated, active, quick, ready, hurried, busy, complex, intricate, intelligent.

unintelligent:

sharp.

noun:

diverting, attractive, racing, logical, educated, stimulating, intriguing, alive, animating, valid, electrifying, agile, eager, astonishing, wondrous, knowledgeable, fascinating, sensational, energizing, bewitching, highbrow, astounding, entrancing, Rocketing, thriving, riveting, mesmerizing, rushing, alert, exhilarating, exciting, buzzing, foxy, rousing, enlivening, engrossing, skilled, trained, acute, Careering, schooled, swarming, astir, learned, fabulous, shrewd, literate, nimble, cunning, arresting, awesome, rip-roaring, perspicacious, sprightly, enthralling, disposed, eye-opening, beguiling, scudding, allegro, sound, enchanting, teeming, abounding, sensible, wonderful, percipient, charming, stirring, inclined, well-read, speeding, provocative, red hot, running, humming, sane, thrilling, amusing, sapient, wily, inspiring, knowing, hair-raising, suspenseful, marvelous, invigorating, spry, surprising, galvanizing, resourceful, absorbing, judicious, amazing, touching, favorable, erudite, entertaining, informed, whirling, crafty, tantalizing, quickened, flourishing, gripping, breathtaking, overflowing, spellbinding, willing, andantino, captivating, allegretto, alluring, desirous, Barreling, scholarly, vibrant, engaging, zipping, moving, scooting, poignant, straightaway, spectacular.

all:

quickly.

delay, restrict:

develop, prolong, lengthen, enlarge, expedite, grow, further, DO, release, extend, help, raise, agitate, assist, strengthen, increase, allow, expand, liberate, push, encourage, advance, excite, facilitate, aid, forward, accelerate.

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