adjective, quick·er, quick·est.
- endowed with life.
- having a high degree of vigor, energy, or activity.
- a line of shrubs or plants, especially of hawthorn, forming a hedge.
- a single shrub or plant in such a hedge.
adverb, quick·er, quick·est.
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Idioms for quick
Origin of quick
SYNONYMS FOR quick
synonym study for quick
words often confused with quick
OTHER WORDS FROM quickquickness, nounun·quick, adjectiveun·quick·ly, adverbun·quick·ness, noun
Words nearby quick
Example sentences from the Web for quick
A quick glance at Facebook search results for QAnon indicates it cannot.Facebook tries to clean up Groups with new policies|Sarah Perez|September 17, 2020|TechCrunch
Of course, Recon is not without competitors also looking to sell quick, affordable small-van conversions.
He was fully committed to the work even though he knew he was the quickest player that we had.A Canadian Teenager Is One Of The Fastest Soccer Players In The World|Julian McKenzie|September 16, 2020|FiveThirtyEight
For quick reference, though, we’ve put Mac shortcuts in parentheses.Make online classes easier with these laptop shortcuts|Sandra Gutierrez G.|September 15, 2020|Popular Science
Apple has a variety of lesser products in development at all times and some could make a quick debut at this week’s event.
He could deliver a quick, effective speech, or hold a proper press conference.
American lawmakers were quick to praise the military operation.
Other footage shows him fleeing, keeping to a quick walk, jogging briefly, then walking again as he heads for a subway station.
Most people know the Universal Life Church as a quick and easy place to get ordained without leaving your couch.
Geisbert was also quick to mention how the methodology of the study could be affecting the current results.
The General had a quick eye to see where improvement could be introduced, and his energy never flagged.From Slave to College President|Godfrey Holden Pike
She made desperate efforts to control her grief, and conceal the tears that rolled in quick succession down her pale cheeks.Flora Lyndsay|Susanna Moodie
They are quick to discriminate the main lines and the distinguishing traits of personality.Literature in the Elementary School|Porter Lander MacClintock
Pick out the best of those cars, and let's get to Scarnham as quick as possible.The Chestermarke Instinct|J. S. Fletcher
There was a quick saddling of horses and buckling on of belts.Following the Flag|Charles Carleton Coffin
British Dictionary definitions for quick
- alive; living
- (as noun) living people (esp in the phrase the quick and the dead)
Derived forms of quickquickly, adverbquickness, noun
Word Origin for quick
Medical definitions for quick
Idioms and Phrases with quick
In addition to the idioms beginning with quick
- quick and the dead
- quick as a wink
- quick off the mark
- quick one, a
- quick on the draw
- quick on the uptake
- cut to the quick
- (quick) on the uptake