Definition of Speeded

1. Verb. (British) (past of speed) ¹



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Definition of Speeded

1. speed [v] - See also: speed

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Speeded

speedboarders
speedboarding
speedboat
speedboating
speedboatings
speedboats
speedbump
speedbumps
speedcore
speedcube
speedcubed
speedcuber
speedcubers
speedcubes
speedcubing
speeded (current term)
speeded up
speededness
speeder
speeders
speedest
speedfreak
speedfreaks
speedful
speedfully
speedier
speediest
speedily
speediness
speedinesses

Literary usage of Speeded

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1. The Lombard Communes: A History of the Republics of North Italy by William Francis Thomas Butler (1906)
"Universal enthusiasm speeded on the work ; the women gave their jewels to adorn the restored churches, and in a short space of time Milan had once more ..."

2. Spons' Dictionary of Engineering, Civil, Mechanical, Military, and Naval by Edward Spon, Oliver Byrne (1874)
"at the end of the strop, is speeded to drive the wire rope BB at the rate of four miles an hour, and laye hold of the rope with an amount of grip ..."

3. The Manuscripts of S. H. Le Fleming, Esq., of Rydal Hall by Daniel Fleming, Stanley Hughes Le Fleming, James Arthur Bennett, Richard Ward (1890)
"regiments are ordered against them, and the regiment of dragoons commanded by Colonel Mathews arrived lately out of England are speeded towards them, ..."

4. Memoirs of the Miami Valley by John Calvin Hover (1919)
"Work was speeded up, the works going night and day, with the result that the war work was finished either on time or ahead of time. ..."

5. How to Run a Wholesale Business at a Profit: Plans and Methods for Cutting by A.W. Shaw Company, Shaw (A. W.) company (1918)
"... carrier equipment that not only gives better service to customers, but also has speeded up the work so greatly that it is finished much more quickly. ..."

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