snappish, sharp, active, vivacious, spirited, debonair, proud, raffish, majestic, swish, in, debonaire, lively, lofty, style, beating, bouncy, merry, gallant, spiffy, brave, trig, knightly, animated, high-spirited, spanking, posh, pert, modish, nippy, alert, devil-may-care, classy, dynamic, swanky, peppy, mod, zippy, trendy, nipping, frosty, chivalrous, whipping, spruce, daring, action, breaking, with-it, crisp, rattling, usual, chipper
fast (part of speech: adjective)
running (part of speech: verb)
hasty (part of speech: adjective)
ostentatious (part of speech: adjective)
forced, histrionic, flamboyant, snazzy, flaunting, gaudy, boastful, opulent, flagrant, vain, affected, garish, dramatic, exhibitionistic, splashy, rakish, formal, stilted, grandiose, ostentatious, fussy, pompous, grandiloquent, blatant, flourishing, flashy, sensational, shameless, ornate, jaunty, showy
speeding (part of speech: verb)
disappointing (part of speech: verb)
fashionable (part of speech: adjective)
stylish (part of speech: adjective)
- Isn't that a rum way of doing things- the ladies dancing till after 7 o'clock, then dashing home to dress, and here at this bungalow to dinner at little after eight. - "From Edinburgh to India & Burmah", William G. Burn Murdoch.
- Louise had passed her a few moments before Ted had come dashing down. - "Betty Lee, Freshman", Harriet Pyne Grove.
- A few minutes later we felt the sea- spray dashing against our faces, while the winds beat furiously upon us. - "The Birthright", Joseph Hocking.