rapidly

All Adverb
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  • After the end of the war, he rapidly advanced his political career.
  • He was moving rapidly from task to task as time ran out.
  • This portion of the economy has been rapidly growing in recent years.
  • In the past few years, China has been rapidly developing its highway system.
  • The latter had grown rapidly and land was less available.
  • Burmese contemporary art has developed rather on its own terms and quite rapidly.
  • Greek society has changed rapidly over the last several decades.
  • These draw upon the resources of the host population and rapidly kill many victims.
  • The language expanded rapidly over the next few years.
  • The length of runs in the theatre changed rapidly around the same time that the modern musical emerged.
  • This number dropped rapidly over the following years.
  • If one is not close it will dig a new one rapidly.
  • The air travel market has evolved rapidly over recent years in Latin America.
  • Word of his finding new lands rapidly spread throughout Europe.
  • A new form of advertising that is growing rapidly is social network advertising.
  • However, severe malaria can progress extremely rapidly and cause death within hours or days.
  • The less concentrated army could now live off the country and move more rapidly over a larger number of roads.
  • Congress rapidly passed legislation that was signed by the president.
  • Then "a strong wind spread the flames rapidly from one building to the next."
  • After it was used against a major school on a national stage in this game, the forward pass rapidly gained popularity.
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