Fast and Sluggish

Fast

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Fast adjective – Moving, proceeding, or acting with great speed.
Usage example: the fast pace of construction resulted in our new house being done ahead of schedule

Sluggish is an antonym for fast in speedy topic.
Nearby Words: fasted, fasting
Antonyms for Fast

Sluggish

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Sluggish adjective – Moving or proceeding at less than the normal, desirable, or required speed.
Usage example: the sluggish pace of the project is worrisome

Fast is an antonym for sluggish in dull topic.
Nearby Words: sluggishness, sluggishly
Antonyms for Sluggish
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Things that words describes

movement fast movement sluggish movement
rate fast rate sluggish rate
pace fast pace sluggish pace
speed fast speed sluggish speed
Other nouns: ship, pacing, recharge, attacks.

Both words in one sentence

  • Deadly Walls Action 52: In Micro Mike, the screen scrolls so fast and Mike is so sluggish it's nearly impossible to avoid the walls.
    Source: Deadly Walls
  • Their ships are fast tactically but sluggish strategically, fragile, prohibitively expensive and barely above those of the Liir in turret placement.
  • Achilles' Heel In contrast, vipers are sluggish, slow-moving snakes with wickedly fast and unpredictable strikes.
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Sluggish and Fast. (2016). Retrieved 2021, April 13, from https://thesaurus.plus/related/fast/sluggish
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