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Quick

Pronunciation of Quick
/kwˈɪk/, /kwˈɪk/, /k_w_ˈɪ_k/

Antonyms for quick:

sluggish, lifeless, unintelligent, dull, asleep, slow, inactive, leisurely, unexcitable, brain dead, unhurried.

Synonyms for quick:

Sense 1

penetrating, rapier, subsonic, percipient, razor-sharp, receptive, sapient, winged, inquisitive, clear-sighted, able, owlish, academic, donnish, hell-for-leather, precocious, sage, discerning, learned, sagacious, reflective, furious, inquiring, supersonic, intuitive, perspicacious, seething, pointy-headed, wise, crisp, imaginative, speeding, Lickety Split.

Sense 2

keen, core, neat, early, Posthaste, hub, luminous, Sharp-witted, flat out, short.

Sense 3

focus, facile, liquid, runaway.

Sense 4

center.

Sense 6

brief.

Sense 7

root, bottom.

Sense 8

heart.

fleeting

momentary.

nimble

tripping.

superficial

cursory.

swift

high-speed.

thicket

underbrush.

abrupt (adjective)

rushing, precipitous, unexpected.

active (adjective)

dashing, bustling, inventive, diligent, fresh, alive, busy, industrious.

adept (adjective)

masterful, masterly, expert, brainy, smooth.

agile (adjective)

vivacious, supple, winged, zippy.

alert (adjective)

wary.

all (adjective)

speedy, ready.

animated (adjective)

ardent, animate, happy.

brief (adjective)

fleeting, fast, momentary.

creative (adjective)

original.

cunning (adjective)

snaky, crafty, smooth, scheming, masterful, cunning, canny, ingenious, astute, masterly, witty, deft, slippery, foxy, sly, slick, artful, designing, wily, serpentine, devious, sharp, clever, shrewd, subtle, skillful, calculating, tricky, feline, wary.

excitable (adjective)

excitable.

fast (adjective)

expeditious, chop-chop, allegro, speedy, snappy, hurrying, dashing, presto, rapid, fleet, nimble, galloping, Lickety Split, supersonic, breakneck, swift, fast, light-footed, rushing, hasty.

hasty (adjective)

fleet, fast, abrupt, running, speedy, hasty, impatient, breakneck, pelting, breathless, dashing, rapid, bustling, feverish, brisk, flying, swift, galloping, hurried, darting, urgent, rushing.

intelligent (adjective)

keen, bright, penetrating.

knowing (adjective)

percipient.

on time (adjective)

punctual.

punctual (adjective)

expeditious, prompt, immediate, swift, speedy, punctual.

quick (adjective)

flying, agile, deft, rapid, astute, canny, expeditious, fleet, intelligent, perspicacious, shrewd, spry, cursory, abrupt, active, vigorous, brief, impatient, quick-witted, skillful, perceptive, swift, instantaneous, hasty, nimble, receptive, ready, prompt, alert, slick, energetic, Posthaste, sharp, sudden, able, acute, brisk, keen, hurried, breakneck, adroit, snappy, bright, apt, clever, pronto, lively, sprightly, dexterous, discerning, immediate, wise.

sharp (adjective)

sharp.

sudden (adjective)

sudden, hasty, instantaneous, immediate, abrupt, precipitous, unexpected.

very fast (adjective)

whirlwind, swift.

witty (adjective)

intelligent, astute, sharp, clever, urbane, deft, joking, pointed, cunning, adroit, artful, foxy, ingenious, waggish, wily, subtle, tricky, quick-witted, crafty, pithy, dry, smart, sophisticated, sly, jocular, inventive, scurrilous, droll, sarcastic, shrewd, facetious, funny, canny, scintillating, comical, sparkling, witty, brilliant, resourceful.

fast (adverb)

hastily.

fast (adverb)

quickly, fleetly, Posthaste, full tilt.

very fast (adverb)

swiftly.

Sense 1 (noun)

clear-sighted, discerning, academic, able, wise.

Sense 2 (noun)

Posthaste.

Sense 3 (noun)

hell-for-leather, high-speed.

Sense 4 (noun)

facile.

Sense 5 (noun)

keen, bright, Sharp-witted.

Sense 6 (noun)

short, brief.

Sense 7 (noun)

focus, root, center, bottom, hub, core, heart.

alert (noun)

keen, apt.

quick (noun)

intelligent, straightaway, speedy, quickly, warm, active, ready, promptly, prompt, excitable, spry, immediate, hurried, fast, flying, nimble, agile.

Usage examples for quick:

  • Here, old girl, quick, down here! - "The Master of the Ceremonies", George Manville Fenn.
  • Prodigals don't become good as quick as all that. - "The Complete PG Edition of The Works of Winston Churchill", Winston Churchill.
  • " No," said he; " I want Tom, please, and tell him to be quick." - "The Willoughby Captains", Talbot Baines Reed.

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