hasting home with their bowls of water crowned with flowers, they told their story to the stargeshina.
Achates, hasting on his message, bent his way towards the ships.
He did not repeat now the words that hasting heard on the bank of the Eure, "We will obey no one!"
"Yes, we get our milk at Mr. hasting's place," answered the switchman.
Their camp was successfully stormed, and much booty was taken, together with the wife and sons of hasting.
hasting to the apartment of her friend, she knocked, and was bidden enter.
hasting left with his message, and Rollo continued his advance to the Seine.
Under their leader hasting or Hastein, they seized and occupied the city of Chester.
I found her hasting with all speed across the High Street, the contrary way from what it should have been.
Poppa, pleaded Nero, hasting to intercept her flight, forgive me.
early 13c., from Old French haste "haste, urgency, hastiness" (12c., Modern French hâte), from Frankish *haifst "violence," from West Germanic *haifstiz (cf. Gothic haifsts "strife," Old English hæste "violent, vehement, impetuous"). To make haste is recorded by 1530s.
late 13c., from Old French haster (Modern French hâter), from haste (see haste). Now largely superseded by hasten (1560s).