Apace (adverb)

Quickly; at a fast rate.

Origin:

The word "apace" is derived from the middle english word "apas" which means "at a pace." it is used to indicate that something is happening quickly or at a fast rate.

Examples:

  1. The project is moving apace and we expect to finish it on time.
  2. The company's growth has been proceeding apace in recent years.
  3. She was reading the book apace, eager to find out what happens next.
  4. The town was growing apace, with new buildings and businesses popping up every day.
  5. The time passed apace as they chatted and laughed.
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