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briskly

[ brisk-lee ]
/ ˈbrɪsk li /
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adverb
in a quick, active, or vigorous way:Health experts recommend walking briskly for at least 30 minutes a day.Faroese music seems to sell briskly in Iceland.
in a sharp and stimulating way:The wind was blowing briskly as we started out on our early morning hike.
in an abrupt or curt way:When we finally finished eating, the irritated guards briskly yanked away our trays and stormed out.
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