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good speed

noun
1.
good luck; success:
to wish someone good speed.
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  • But I feel confident that he has good speed, which careful and systematic training is sure to bring out.

  • Dick ran the automobile and put on good speed all the way home.

    The Rover Boys in the Air Edward Stratemeyer
  • Soon we must be able to start homeward at good speed and across open water.

    Farthest North Fridtjof Nansen
  • "good speed to you," said Zobriskie, shaking him cordially by the hand.

    The Boy Nihilist Allan Arnold
  • The train was now travelling at a good speed, and the first stop would be Amiens.

    The Ghost Arnold Bennett
  • The rest and food he got with us restored his strength, and we set off at good speed.

    Dick Onslow W.H.G. Kingston
  • Gradually he opened the throttle, and when he had attained a good speed, changed to high gear.

  • He is of ordinary intelligence, and of good speed and endurance; and that is all I can say of him.

    An Undivided Union Oliver Optic
  • Hamilton was right ahead of Plum, and both rowing along at good speed, too.

    Dave Porter in the South Seas Edward Stratemeyer
  • For he that wisheth him good speed partaketh in his works which are evil.

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