A quick-step, taken from the start, gave the party a gentle jolting, just sufficiently softened by the padded carriage upholstery.
The transition from the "Dead March" to the quick-step was quite too sudden.
Allegretto energicamente, two-four, a merry, quick-step movement of two eight-bar periods.
The French, reinforced by the whole Sixth Corps, now came forward at a quick-step.
All my previous ideas of men marching to war have had a touch of heroism, crudely expressed by quick-step and smart uniforms.
The corps was then passed in review at a quick-step, company front.
Then the orchestra played a quick-step strain, and the curtain rose on an interior furnished with two red chairs and a green sofa.
Thrice he crossed the empty form-room, with compressed lips and expanded nostrils, swaying to the quick-step.