quicken Loans moved its headquarters to downtown Detroit in 2010, and has invested a billion dollars in the years since.
And now suddenly her heartbeat began to quicken again until its thumping became tumultuous.
Jim breathed a sigh of relief as they cleared the crowd and could quicken their pace.
My soul hath cleaved to the pavement: quicken thou me according to thy word.
They waited for God to move them, quicken them to life, make them His instruments.
Food which would disgust the healthy appetite, will not quicken into action the debilitated and flickering sensation of taste.
The very sharpness of the contrast used to quicken his sense of pleasure.
I asked, sharply, rather to quicken his wits than to express anger.
I think, too, that they quicken all the child's faculties, because they stimulate the imagination.
With that, a new sense of power, greater than Lilla had ever seen in her, seemed to quicken her cousin.
quicken quick·en (kwĭk'ən)
v. quick·ened, quick·en·ing, quick·ens
To become more rapid.
To reach the stage of pregnancy when the fetus can be felt to move.