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 for apace
From The Collaborative International Dictionary of English v.0.48 :

  Apace \A*pace"\, adv. [Pref. a- + pace. OE. a pas at a walk, in
     which a is the article. See Pace.]
     With a quick pace; quick; fast; speedily.
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           His dewy locks did drop with brine apace. --Spenser.
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           A visible triumph of the gospel draw? on apace. --I.
     Taylor.
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From WordNet (r) 3.0 (2006) :

  apace
      adv 1: with rapid movements; "he works quickly" [syn: quickly,
             rapidly, speedily, chop-chop, apace] [ant:
             easy, slow, slowly, tardily]

From Moby Thesaurus II by Grady Ward, 1.0 :

  75 Moby Thesaurus words for "apace":
     PDQ, amain, at flank speed, at once, by forced marches, cursorily,
     decisively, directly, double-quick, expeditiously, fast,
     feverishly, flat-out, forthwith, furiously, hand over fist,
     hand over hand, hastily, hell for leather, hell-bent,
     hell-bent for election, helter-skelter, hotfoot, hurriedly,
     hurry-scurry, immediately, in double time, in double-quick time,
     in high, in high gear, in no time, in passing,
     in seven-league boots, instanter, instantly, lickety-cut,
     lickety-split, on the double, on the instant, on the run,
     on the spot, pell-mell, post, posthaste, pretty damned quick,
     promptly, pronto, quick, quickly, rapidly, right away, right off,
     slapdash, smartly, snappily, speedily, straightaway, straightway,
     subito, summarily, superficially, swiftly, trippingly,
     under forced draft, whip and spur, with a rush, with all haste,
     with all speed, with dispatch, with giant strides, with haste,
     with rapid strides, with speed, without delay,
     without further delay
  
  

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