It's obvious that this answer was hastily written.
Yes, the word hastily is an adverb.An example sentence is: "the cake was hastily made".
The adverb form of the word "hasty" is hastily.An example sentence with this word is: "she hastily packed her bag".
The adverb form of the word "haste" is hastily.An example sentence is: "the village was hastilyabandoned".
i did the dishes hastily.
When he awoke to find that he had neglected to set his alarm, he dressed himself hastily, forgetting to put on his belt.
I felt very uncomfortable in her company so I hastily made my excuses and left.
bob finished the race hastily to everyone else
There are no perfect rhymes for the word hastily.
In the heat of battle, the captain was forced to make a rash decision.
No, hastily is an adverb, a word that describes a verb or an adjective.
There are several synonyms for this word. Hastily could also be said as quickly, speedily, or rapidly.
Rapidly, Swiftly, Hastily
The boy hastily left the kitchen before his mother could tell him to wash the dishes.
No, hastily doesn't make me mad, it doesn't even make me angry. However, it does make me salty, hasty, and last.
A haste is another word for hurry , quick , or to rush. Example sentences: 1.I scanned my papers hastily.2.Fardin was in haste when he was packing up. THANK YOU FOR READING!!!!TAKE CARE!!!
rapidly or swiftly or hastily
Tammy quickly wrote her name on the note. Or: Tammy hurriedly wrote her name on the note.
The coastal areas were evacuated and other preparations for the hurricane were hastily completed.
"Hastily" is an adverb.
he flailed his arms crazily. The plan was crazily and hastily created. I crazily ran towards the library. The crazily dressed couple received numerous looks from the crowd.
A word for unhurriedly could be patiently, slowly, not hastily, or taking your time.
Hastily is an adverb, not a verb. It doesn't have a tense.
That is the correct spelling of the adverb "hastily" (quickly, in a rush).
Pell-mell can mean hotfoot, hastily, confused