Synonyms for quickly

Synonyms for quickly DEFAULT

Synonyms of quickly in English:

quickly


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adverb

1‘he began to walk quickly’

SYNONYMS

fast, swiftly, rapidly, speedily, at high speed, with all speed, at speed, at full speed, at the speed of light, at full tilt, as fast as one's legs can carry one, at a gallop, briskly, at the double, post-haste, with all possible haste, like a whirlwind, like an arrow from a bow, at breakneck speed, expeditiously, madly, hotfoot, with dispatch

informal double quick, in double quick time, p.d.q., pretty damn quick, nippily, like lightning, like greased lightning, hell for leather, at warp speed, like mad, like crazy, like blazes, like the wind, like a bomb, like nobody's business, like a scalded cat, like the deuce, a mile a minute, like a bat out of hell, like a bullet out of a gun

British informal like the clappers, at a rate of knots, like billy-o

North American informal lickety-split

literary apace

2‘sensing her discomfort, he quickly went on’

SYNONYMS

immediately, directly, at once, now, straight away, right away, instantly, forthwith, as soon as possible, shortly, without delay, without further ado, without more ado, instantaneously, expeditiously, suddenly, abruptly

soon, soon after, promptly, early

North American momentarily

informal like a shot, ASAP, as soon as possible, pronto, before you can say Jack Robinson, before the ink is dry on the page, before you can say knife, straight off

archaic straight, instanter

3‘he calmed the animal and quickly inspected it’

SYNONYMS

briefly, fleetingly, briskly

hastily, in haste, precipitately, hurriedly, in a hurry, cursorily, perfunctorily, superficially, desultorily


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Synonyms for Quickly:

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552 synonyms found

Pronunciation:

[ kwˈɪkli], [ kwˈɪkli], [ k_w_ˈɪ_k_l_i]
  • adj.

    lickety-split (adjective)Other relevant words: (adjective)
    • deliriously,
    • like mad,
    • stormily,
    • Rabidly,
    • madly,
    • Lickety Split,
    • lickety-split,
    • ludicrously,
    • fast,
    • psychotically,
    • frenziedly,
    • more rapidly,
    • distractedly,
    • hysterically,
    • devotedly,
    • senselessly,
    • unreasonably,
    • fast-paced,
    • speeder,
    • absurdly,
    • to distraction,
    • dementedly,
    • spontaneously,
    • pronto,
    • something fierce,
    • nonsensically,
    • turbulently,
    • immediately.
    pronto (adjective)
  • a. & adv.

    Other relevant words: (adjective, adverb)posthaste (adjective, adverb)
  • adv

    cunningly (adverb)
    • astutely,
    • subtly,
    • shrewdly,
    • sharply,
    • trickily,
    • foxily,
    • slyly,
    • craftily,
    • wittily,
    • cannily,
    • artfully.
    energetically (adverb)hastily (adverb)in a flash (adverb)Other relevant words: (adverb)
    • cleverly,
    • suddenly,
    • deftly,
    • conveniently,
    • instantaneously,
    • startlingly,
    • for a little while,
    • effortlessly,
    • transiently,
    • promptly,
    • in high gear,
    • shortly,
    • fluently,
    • cunningly,
    • punctually,
    • Straightly,
    • in a flash,
    • proficiently,
    • irately,
    • unhesitatingly,
    • Instanter,
    • easily,
    • heatedly,
    • right now,
    • brusquely,
    • straight off,
    • like nothing,
    • in double time,
    • coolly,
    • straightaway,
    • infuriatedly,
    • dexterously,
    • facilely,
    • adroitly,
    • resourcefully,
    • snappily,
    • skillfully,
    • with no effort,
    • expertly,
    • Fleetingly,
    • forthwith,
    • briefly,
    • on the double,
    • contiguously,
    • Pellmell,
    • soon,
    • without a hitch,
    • directly,
    • hotly,
    • aptly,
    • in passing,
    • in a second,
    • in a lively manner,
    • on the dot,
    • double-time,
    • straight away,
    • without trouble,
    • uncomplicatedly,
    • in no time,
    • undeviatingly,
    • indignantly,
    • furiously,
    • with ease,
    • no sweat.
    quickly (adverb)shortly (adverb)soon (adverb)suddenly (adverb)swimmingly (adverb)vigorously (adverb)
  • adv.

    briefly (adverb)briskly (adverb)cleverly (adverb)cunningly (adverb)directly (adverb)easily (adverb)
    • lightly,
    • un complicatedly,
    • nothing it,
    • just like that,
    • un-complicatedly,
    • nothing to it,
    • piece cake,
    • readily,
    • without hitch,
    • piece of cake,
    • efficiently.
    energetically (adverb)fast (adverb)
    • hurriedly,
    • expeditiously,
    • rapidly,
    • in haste,
    • swiftly,
    • fleetly,
    • quick,
    • hastily,
    • swift,
    • speedily,
    • in short order,
    • flat-out,
    • instantly.
    forthwith (adverb)furiously (adverb)hastily (adverb)in a flash (adverb)on the double (adverb)posthaste (adverb)
    • more flat out,
    • most flat-out,
    • most doublequick,
    • promptlier,
    • swiftlier,
    • most straightaway,
    • most flatout,
    • pell mell,
    • fleetliest,
    • most double quick,
    • head-long,
    • more flatout,
    • swiftliest,
    • post haste,
    • more directly,
    • more flat-out,
    • most double-quick,
    • more straightaway,
    • fleetlier,
    • most flat out,
    • more doublequick,
    • more double quick,
    • more double-quick,
    • head long,
    • promptliest.
    promptly (adverb)punctually (adverb)quickly (adverb)shortly (adverb)soon (adverb)suddenly (adverb)swiftly/swift (adverb)swimmingly (adverb)unexpectedly (adverb)vigorously (adverb)wittily (adverb)
  • n.

    • inconstant,
    • transient,
    • short-lived,
    • short-term,
    • temporary,
    • brief,
    • passing,
    • floating,
    • variable,
    • fleeting.
    • subsequently,
    • like a house on fire,
    • beyond,
    • following,
    • Posthaste,
    • like a bat out of hell,
    • subsequent,
    • like the wind,
    • in nothing flat,
    • like a shot,
    • hell-for-leather,
    • like greased lightning,
    • in the course of time,
    • succeeding,
    • like a blue streak,
    • after,
    • like wildfire,
    • ensuing,
    • in time,
    • like a flash,
    • full tilt,
    • Since,
    • like a streak.
    apace (noun)chop-chop (noun)cursorily (noun)Other relevant words: (noun)
  • Other synonyms:

    Other relevant words: Other relevant words (noun):
    • frenetic,
    • fasting,
    • at breakneck speed,
    • worried,
    • rash,
    • slapdash,
    • extempore,
    • expressly,
    • brush,
    • keen,
    • fall prostrate,
    • trippingly,
    • gallop,
    • drive,
    • Flittingly,
    • in seven-league boots,
    • recklessly,
    • rushed,
    • scour,
    • frisk,
    • fixedly,
    • vexed,
    • hurry-scurry,
    • smack,
    • cut along,
    • in a wink,
    • in a while,
    • ardently,
    • hie,
    • barrel,
    • spiritedly,
    • beat it,
    • Lickety Cut,
    • dissolutely,
    • exquisitely,
    • make happy,
    • smart,
    • slap,
    • away,
    • at short notice,
    • brusque,
    • abrupt,
    • with a rush,
    • swimmingly,
    • fierily,
    • Headily,
    • strike,
    • nimble,
    • rushing,
    • split second,
    • flourishing,
    • keenly,
    • urgent,
    • nimbly,
    • hand,
    • cuttingly,
    • dashing,
    • immediate,
    • bolt,
    • straightway,
    • instant,
    • without hesitation,
    • flying,
    • zoom,
    • like lightning,
    • loyally,
    • at sight,
    • zestfully,
    • clever,
    • fly,
    • astute,
    • caracole,
    • profligately,
    • precipitous,
    • race,
    • out of hand,
    • dart,
    • Fastly,
    • trot,
    • irascibly,
    • in a trice,
    • cracking,
    • agile,
    • swiftness,
    • fleet,
    • pungently,
    • with gusto,
    • with zest,
    • headlong,
    • petulantly,
    • before long,
    • double,
    • leap,
    • pell-mell,
    • Scuddle,
    • speed,
    • alive,
    • Incontinently,
    • hasten,
    • with relish,
    • Flickeringly,
    • ready,
    • momentarily,
    • in an instant,
    • make haste,
    • impetuously,
    • decisively,
    • bowl along,
    • superficially,
    • rapid,
    • whack,
    • affectionately,
    • hell-bent,
    • dash off,
    • skim,
    • steep,
    • sudden,
    • Soonly,
    • at maximum speed,
    • lively,
    • Straightforth,
    • canter,
    • by forced marches,
    • unexpected,
    • velocity,
    • steadily,
    • in a short time,
    • acceleration,
    • at speed,
    • extravagantly,
    • expeditious,
    • touching,
    • amain,
    • rapidity,
    • prance,
    • troll,
    • scud,
    • precociously,
    • in a little while,
    • Degenerately,
    • at flank speed,
    • whisk,
    • at top speed,
    • avidly,
    • in high,
    • impulsively,
    • early,
    • straight,
    • eagerly,
    • Rapid-fire,
    • actively,
    • helter-skelter,
    • shot,
    • spring,
    • hasty,
    • sweeping,
    • cut away,
    • vivaciously,
    • swoosh,
    • Fisk,
    • forthright,
    • shrewd,
    • warmly,
    • ride,
    • Tantivy,
    • abundance,
    • firmly,
    • like blazes,
    • hot,
    • smartly,
    • expedition,
    • offhand,
    • speedy,
    • at full tilt,
    • promptitude,
    • at a gallop,
    • fondly,
    • like,
    • energetically,
    • sweep,
    • animatedly,
    • trip,
    • for a moment,
    • on the fly,
    • pace,
    • scamper,
    • all at once,
    • spryly,
    • racing,
    • immovably,
    • brisk,
    • rashly,
    • hotfoot,
    • celerity,
    • acutely,
    • blow,
    • flit,
    • busy,
    • bound,
    • anxiously,
    • scuttle,
    • hurry,
    • post,
    • promptness,
    • with dispatch,
    • tear,
    • PDQ,
    • right,
    • on the run,
    • allegro,
    • prompt,
    • riotously,
    • be violent,
    • spank,
    • quick-witted,
    • presto,
    • summarily,
    • cunning,
    • in a hurry,
    • at the double,
    • haste,
    • with open arms,
    • intelligent,
    • flat,
    • wealth,
    • shooting,
    • alertly,
    • quickness,
    • dispatch,
    • sharp,
    • imperative,
    • fleetness,
    • observantly,
    • p.d.q.,
    • in a beeline,
    • right off,
    • cuff,
    • rush,
    • in two shakes,
    • handily,
    • at full speed,
    • scorch,
    • hurried,
    • amble,
    • hurrying,
    • boom.
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    • Noun, singular or mass
      hurry.
    • Adverb
      shortly, hastily, hurriedly, instantly, precipitously, slowly, sharply, diligently, succinctly, suddenly, abruptly, efficiently, previously, later, dramatically, quietly, directly, earlier, recently, forthwith, hurry, prior, steeply, short, quite, rather, effectively.
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against time

phrase

if you do something against time, you have to do it quickly because you are not sure that you will have enough time to do it

apace

adverb

formal very quickly

briefly

adverb

in a way that does not take much time or give many details

cracking

adjective

informal very fast

easily

adverb

more quickly or more often than is usual or normal

fast

adverb

over a shortperiod of time

fast

adjective

doing or able to do something quickly

flat out

phrase

as quickly or with as much effort as possible

full bore

adverb

with as much speed or effort as possible

headlong

adjective

happening or done very quickly and without carefulthought

headlong

adverb

mainly literary very quickly and without looking where you are going

in a jiffy

phrase

very quickly, or very soon

lickety-split

adverb

Americaninformal very quickly

like hell

phrase

spoken with a lot of speed or effort

like nobody’s business

phrase

used for emphasizing that something happens very quickly, in very largequantities, or that someone does something very well

on the fly

phrase

informal in a very quick and informal way

on the run

phrase

while you are busy or hurrying

overnight

adverb

in a very short time

precipitate

adjective

formal done too quickly, and without enough thought or preparation

pronto

adverb

informal now, or very quickly

quick

adverb

spokenquickly

rushed

adjective

done in a hurry, especially in too much of a hurry

sharpish

adverb

Britishinformalimmediately and quickly

slapdash

adjective

doing something quickly and not carefully

smartish

adverb

Britishinformal very quickly

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quickly

Some two thousand must have passed at a rapid run, when the stream ceased, but I was not sure that all had been rescued who had not passed the point of origin of the flames, and so to assure myself that no poor devil was left behind to die a horrible death, unsuccoured, I ran quickly up the gallery in the direction of the flames which I could now see burning with a dull glow far ahead.

And so without waiting to be again discovered and thwarted, I ran quickly up the short, steep incline and pushed open the doorway at its end.

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The third time the Rhetor came back more quickly and asked Pierre whether he was still firm in his intention and determined to submit to all that would be required of him.

Pierre quickly took out his purse and watch, but could not manage for some time to get the wedding ring off his fat finger.

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They ran to the place where the Gump was lying and quicklytumbled aboard.

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The latter saw the head of the fallen warrior crawl quickly within the aperture leading to the chamber where he had seen Tara of Helium in the clutches of a headless body.

As she rose quickly to her feet she saw for the first time the cause of the interruption of Luud's plans.

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And when Beowulf heard the mournful tale he comforted the King with brave and kindly words, and quicklyhe set forth to the dreadful mere, the dwelling of the water-witch, Grendel's mother.

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Meriem ran quickly to the opening of the tent and looked out.

Quickly she ran from her hiding place and dropped to the ground.

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(which it is only given to a wise man to see), they can be quicklyredressed, but when, through not having been foreseen, they have been permitted to grow in a way that every one can see them, there is no longer a remedy.

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Colonel MacAndrew had not exaggerated when he said she would be penniless, and it was necessary for her to earn her own living as quicklyas she could.

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The Englishman sprang quicklyafter him just in time to see the hind quarters of some huge animal about to disappear through the window of the cabin.

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Quicklythe murderer dragged the corpse into the black shadows within the hangar.

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I want you to be my wife, and I want to get right away as quicklyas ever I can.

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Bogdan entered the room, finally he will take me. What were you doing with her. he looked at me with a grin on his face.

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Then she began to take deeper into her mouth. This blowjob did not leave me indifferent. I wished it would last forever.



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