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Look up celerity or celeritas in Wiktionary, the free dictionary. Celerity (Latin celeritas) may refer to: Speed, quickness; Celerity BBS, a computer bulletin ...

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Celerity definition is - rapidity of motion or action. How to use celerity in a sentence. Did You Know? ... Rhyming Dictionary: Words that rhyme with celerity.

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Celerity , valor, endurance, they were his iridescent neck and tail feathers. The Cavalier. George Washington Cable. The pot-boy's movements resembled those  ...

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While it looks a lot like celery, celerity means something that vegetables are not — fast moving. Gossip often travels with celerity, as do children trying to get to a ...

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Definition of celerity - swiftness of movement.

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Examples from literature. Ethan expected to hear the shambling step going away with a celerity proportionate to the importance of the errand. Having collected ...

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From the celerity with which the headwaiter approached her I decided she must be very rich or very distinguished. Elizabeth Peters LION IN THE VALLEY (2000)  ...

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Define celerity. celerity synonyms, celerity pronunciation, celerity translation, English dictionary definition of celerity. n. Swiftness of action or motion; speed.

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Noun[edit]. celerity (usually uncountable, plural celerities). (literary, poetic) Speed , swiftness. quotations ▽. c. 1604, William Shakespeare, act 5, in Measure for ...