Like Broadway, the landscape of reality TV has been changing drastically and rapidly in recent years.
rapidly, the brothers descended into heavy drug use, not knowing how to cope on their own in the world.
The Newsroom is over, newsrooms as we traditionally understand them are rapidly declining, and New Media is here to stay.
A blockade would have rapidly cut off Pakistan from oil supplies.
The metaphorical closet door has been opened, proving just how rapidly the sport is growing and changing with the times.
Indeed, he thought it was spoken so rapidly it must come from the heart as it was uttered.
It was then about dusk, and the night was coming on rapidly.
All of the coats of the stomach are rapidly invaded by the growth.
They turned into a deserted side street, and rapidly she told her story.
So much had happened so rapidly that, until now, he hadn't had time to consider it.
1630s, "moving quickly," from French rapide (17c.) and directly from Latin rapidus "hasty, swift, rapid; snatching; fierce, impetuous," from rapere "hurry away, carry off, seize, plunder," from PIE root *rep- "to snatch" (cf. Greek ereptomai "devour," harpazein "snatch away," Lithuanian raples "tongs"). Meaning "happening in a short time" is from 1780. Related: Rapidly; rapidness. Rapid-transit first attested 1852, in reference to street railways; rapid eye movement is from 1906.