These figures were darkly inspired by the velocity of rhetoric around them.
Phone lines would catch fire from the velocity and ferocity of his words.
Increase and diversify the velocity of your messages to a maddening pace.
When a story achieves that kind of velocity, everyone wants to jump in.
But Galston says what made the difference for Reagan was also the velocity of the change.
The momentum of a particle is the vector obtained by multiplying the velocity by the mass m.
Pressure of wind increases in proportion to the square of the velocity.
In trains of this description, the velocity ratio is invariable; which for the above-mentioned objects it should be.
In other words the pressure of the wind increases with the square of the velocity.
"Our velocity, relative to this star, is pretty high," Arcot announced.
velocity ve·loc·i·ty (və-lŏs'ĭ-tē)
Rapidity or speed of motion; specifically, the distance traveled per unit time.
The speed and direction of motion of a moving body. Velocity is a vector quantity. Compare acceleration, speed.
The vector giving the speed and direction of motion of any object.