adjective, speed·i·er, speed·i·est.
Origin of speedy
Examples from the Web for speedy
She talks like her daughter now; everyone does, in that speedy, all-knowing, wisecrack-spattered sitcom patois of Modern Family.
Frank “Speedy” Lopera filed a similar suit alleging he was deceived by Richardson.
Cooper good-naturedly laughed off the prank, before eliciting help from some other actors for speedy Sediuk removal.An Analysis of Vitalii Sediuk’s Pranks (He’s the Guy Who Touched Brad Pitt)|Amy Zimmerman|May 29, 2014|DAILY BEAST
In the morning the camels walked on, and all too soon we were in Marrakech, back in the world of speedy boarding.
A fair trial and a speedy trial is part of the American tradition and is nothing we need to be afraid of in our own tradition.Try Gitmo Prisoners at Gitmo, Recommend Four Virginia Congressmen|Miranda Green|July 30, 2013|DAILY BEAST
A sousing rain soon made confusion among them, and reconciled us to a speedy departure.From the Oak to the Olive|Julia Ward Howe
But time was speedy and the war correspondents were anxious to attend the parade.The Siege of Mafeking (1900)|J. Angus Hamilton.
He has resigned his office, and given bail for his appearance in Court, asking for a speedy trial.
For the speedy subjection of them all, we need a large force.The Philippine Islands, 1493-1898|E. H. Blair
Wotan appears, and taunts him with his impotence, telling him meanwhile of Siegfried's speedy arrival.The Opera|R.A. Streatfeild
adjective speedier or speediest
Old English spedig "prosperous, wealthy;" meaning "moving swiftly" is from late 14c., from speed (n.) + -y (2). Related: Speedily; speediness. Speedy Gonzales, Warner Brothers studios cartoon mouse, debuted in 1953 short directed by Bob McKimson.