- briskly; lively.
Origin of vite
< French: rapid, quickly, Old French viste, of uncertain origin
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Examples from the Web for vite
“Vite, vite, open the gate; I am well-nigh done for,” he shouted.The Frontier Fort
W. H. G. Kingston
Away to the southwest lay Vite Vuva, which was the island we were bound for.The Flying Bo'sun
Don't make faces at Mrs. Vite, nor growl at your darling Polly.
Poor little Mrs. Vite thinks she passes for a Parisienne in Paris.
In about ten minutes in burst the sergeant, 'Vite, vite, vos portes!Before and after Waterloo