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What is the adjective for pace?

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Included below are past participle and present participle forms for the verb pace which may be used as adjectives within certain contexts.

pace
  1. (cricket) Describing a bowler who bowls fast balls.
pacey
  1. (chiefly sports) fast, rapid, speedy.
  2. Synonyms:
  3. Examples:
    1. “It was fitting that this pacey, engaging, if not top standard, game should be decided by a goal of beauty.”
      “York weathered the onslaught and their stylised and pacey three-quarters in turn began to threaten.”
      “The second of the three parts, into which the book is divided, suffers from narratorial water-treading, but most chapters are pacey and taut.”
pacy
  1. Alternative spelling of pacey
  2. Examples:
    1. “Criminal is a taut, well-written and extremely pacy crime thriller that is set over the course of 24-hours.”
      “A re-organised midfield began to take control, sending a number of through balls to the pacy forward line.”
      “Seven minutes later, a ball from midfield caught out Alcide and saw the pacy Gordon bear down on goal on the right.”
pacesetting
  1. Defining a pace
  2. Synonyms:
  3. Examples:
    1. “There’s no dearth of two-step and zydeco rhythm on “Alligator Purse” (Yep Roc), an upbeat new release by BeauSoleil, the pacesetting Cajun-revivalist band.”
      “The Netherlands also played a pacesetting role in Europe, and has endeavoured to get major emissions reductions agreed.”
      “The Gatineau driver edged out Alain Coursol of Mont-Laurier and pacesetting Todd Raabe of Pembroke in the dying seconds of the 20 lapper.”
pacier
paciest
  1. superlative form of pacey: most pacey
  2. superlative form of pacy: most pacy
  3. Synonyms:
  4. Examples:
    1. “At least in van Aanholt Sunderland had their paciest player to try and deal with the winger.”
      “That evening, Sotheby's staged one of the paciest and most record-laden Old Master sales of recent years.”
      “There are three compelling reasons why the Premier League's paciest primate will find himself at another club next season.”
paced
pacing
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