Fast and furious

Swiftly, intensely and energetically, as in The storm moved in fast and furious, or The sale was going fast and furious, attracting large crowds. This phrase is also often applied to intense gaiety, as when it was first recorded in Robert Burns’s poem “Tam o’ Shanter” (1793): “The mirth and fun grew fast and furious.”


Read Also:

  • Fast ata

    Advanced Technology Attachment Interface with Extensions

  • Fast ata-2

    Advanced Technology Attachment Interface with Extensions

  • Fastback

    [fast-bak, fahst-] /ˈfæstˌbæk, ˈfɑst-/ noun 1. a form of for an automobile body consisting of a single, unbroken convex curve from the top to the rear bumper. 2. a car having such a . /ˈfɑːstˌbæk/ noun 1. a car having a back that forms one continuous slope from roof to rear 2. (Brit) a type […]

  • Fastball

    [fast-bawl, fahst-] /ˈfæstˌbɔl, ˈfɑst-/ noun, Baseball. 1. a pitch thrown at or near a pitcher’s maximum velocity. /ˈfɑːstˌbɔːl/ noun 1. (baseball) a ball pitched at the pitcher’s top speed

Disclaimer: Fast and furious definition / meaning should not be considered complete, up to date, and is not intended to be used in place of a visit, consultation, or advice of a legal, medical, or any other professional. All content on this website is for informational purposes only.