Fast and Sealed


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Fast adjective – Moving, proceeding, or acting with great speed.
Sealed and fast are semantically related. In some cases you can use "Sealed" instead an adjective "Fast".
Nearby Words: fasted, fasting
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Sealed adjective – Closed or secured with or as if with a seal.
Fast and sealed are semantically related. Sometimes you can use "Fast" instead an adjective "Sealed".
Nearby Words: seal, sealing, sealer
Synonyms for Sealed

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  • Instead, Vasher had to fall on the ball and Texas started inside the 5; this allowed OU to blitz, and Simms had no choice but to throw something fast or else get sacked in his own end zone for a safety (2 points for OU and Texas loses the ball) that would have sealed the game anyway.
    Source: Mis-blamed
  • Little Useless Gun In Men in Black, the "noisy cricket" is the size of a small, cheap water pistol, and it's dismissed as "completely useless." It blows a hole through a completely sealed door, and sends you flying the opposite direction almost as fast.
  • Series / Kamen Rider Blade Meanwhile, the losing Undead were sealed into cards to slumber for eternity.Fast forward to the present day.
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