Coast and Sweep

Coast

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Coast verb – To move or proceed smoothly and readily.
Usage example: coasting along easily in the light traffic

Sweep and coast are semantically related. in activity topic. In some cases you can use "Sweep" instead a verb "Coast".
Nearby Words: coasted, coastal, coaster, coasting, coastline
Synonyms for Coast

Sweep

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Sweep verb – To move or proceed smoothly and readily.
Usage example: the wind swept across the plain without respite

Coast and sweep are semantically related. Sometimes you can use "Coast" instead a verb "Sweep".
Nearby Words: sweeping, sweeper
Synonyms for Sweep

How words are described

entire entire coast entire sweep
easy easy coast easy sweep

Both words in one sentence

  • When the 1997 World Series ended up being played by two small-market teams (Florida and Cleveland), NBC's West Coast head Don Ohlmeyer publicly declared that he hoped it would end in a four-game sweep, since even a fifth game would mean pre-empting his precious "Must See TV" Thursday lineup.
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