Words nearby quickset
How to use quickset in a sentence
Deacon Quickset, who was closely following his new charge, listened with fixed countenance to the lady's remark.
You'd better go to Deacon Quickset, or the minister of some one of the churches hereabouts.
Away went Deacon Quickset to Bartram's office, and was so fortunate as to find the lawyer in.
As the special meetings at the church went on, Deacon Quickset began to fear that he had made a mistake.
As the congregation looked about at one and another whom the cap might fit, everybody chanced to see Deacon Quickset arise.
British Dictionary definitions for quickset
- a plant or cutting, esp of hawthorn, set so as to form a hedge
- such plants or cuttings collectively