I verb accelerare, accelerate, advance, contendere, dash, dispatch, drive forward, expedite, facilitate, forward, help along, hurry, hurry along, hustle, incite, lose no time, make haste, maturare, move fast, move quickly, move speedily, precipitate, press, pressure, promote, properare, push on, put on speed, race, rouse, rush, rush through, speed along, spur, urge on II index dispatch (send off), evoke, expedite, facilitate, induce, race

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  • hasten on — index dispatch (send off) Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …   Law dictionary

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