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Quick-witted

ˌkwɪkˈwɪt.ɪd

Meanings of Quick-witted:

adjective

Able to react quickly and skillfully

Quickbeam

ˈkwɪkbiːm

Meanings of Quickbeam:

noun

Another term for mountain ash (sense 1).

Quicken

ˈkwɪk.ən

Meanings of Quicken:

verb

Make or become faster or quicker.

Usage examples:

She quickened her pace, desperate to escape

Meanings of Quickenance:

noun

Quickening.

Meanings of Quickened:

verb

Make or become faster or quicker.

Usage examples:

She quickened her pace, desperate to escape

Meanings of Quickener:

noun

A person who or thing which quickens.

Quickening

ˈkwɪk.ən

Meanings of Quickening:

verb

Make or become faster or quicker.

Usage examples:

She quickened her pace, desperate to escape
adjective

Made or becoming faster or quicker.

Usage examples:

The quickening pace of our times creates an impatience with delay

Quickens

ˈkwɪk.ən

Meanings of Quickens:

verb

Make or become faster or quicker.

Usage examples:

She quickened her pace, desperate to escape

Meanings of Quicker:

adjective

Moving fast or doing something in a short time.

Usage examples:

In the qualifying session he was two seconds quicker than his teammate
adverb

At a fast rate; quickly.

Usage examples:

He'll find some place where he can make money quicker
noun

The soft tender flesh below the growing part of a fingernail or toenail.

Usage examples:

You'll enjoy the movie if your idea of a good time is sitting glued to the edge of your seat chewin…

Meanings of Quickest:

adjective

Moving fast or doing something in a short time.

Usage examples:

In the qualifying session he was two seconds quicker than his teammate
adverb

At a fast rate; quickly.

Usage examples:

He'll find some place where he can make money quicker
noun

The soft tender flesh below the growing part of a fingernail or toenail.

Usage examples:

You'll enjoy the movie if your idea of a good time is sitting glued to the edge of your seat chewin…

Quickie

ˈkwɪki

Meanings of Quickie:

noun

A rapidly consumed alcoholic drink.

Usage examples:

Let the last word rest with the italian ambassador, luigi amaduzzi: ‘i asked the barmaid for a quic…
adjective

Done or made quickly.

Usage examples:

A quickie divorce

Quickies

ˈkwɪk.i

Meanings of Quickies:

noun

A rapidly consumed alcoholic drink.

Usage examples:

Let the last word rest with the italian ambassador, luigi amaduzzi: ‘i asked the barmaid for a quic…
adjective

Done or made quickly.

Usage examples:

A quickie divorce

Meanings of Quicking:

noun

Quickening.

Meanings of Quicklime:

noun

A white caustic alkaline substance consisting of calcium oxide, which is obtained by heating limestone and which combines with water with the production of much heat; lime.

Quickly

ˈkwɪk.li

Meanings of Quickly:

adverb

At a fast speed; rapidly.

Usage examples:

Reg's illness progressed frighteningly quickly

Quickness

ˈkwɪk.nəs

Meanings of Quickness:

noun

The quality of moving fast or doing something in a short time.

Usage examples:

An athlete with outstanding quickness and agility

Quicks

kwɪk

Meanings of Quicks:

noun

The soft tender flesh below the growing part of a fingernail or toenail.

Usage examples:

You'll enjoy the movie if your idea of a good time is sitting glued to the edge of your seat chewin…
adjective

Moving fast or doing something in a short time.

Usage examples:

In the qualifying session he was two seconds quicker than his teammate
adverb

At a fast rate; quickly.

Usage examples:

He'll find some place where he can make money quicker

Quicksand

ˈkwɪksand

Meanings of Quicksand:

noun

Loose wet sand that yields easily to pressure and sucks in anything resting on or falling into it.

Usage examples:

It's best to travel with a local as there are quicksands

Quicksands

ˈkwɪksand

Meanings of Quicksands:

noun

Loose wet sand that yields easily to pressure and sucks in anything resting on or falling into it.

Usage examples:

It's best to travel with a local as there are quicksands

Meanings of Quicksandy:

adjective

Of the nature of or characterized by quicksand.

Quickset

ˈkwɪksɛt

Meanings of Quickset:

noun

Hedging, especially of hawthorn, grown from slips or cuttings.

Usage examples:

The fields were hedged around with quickset

Quicksilver

ˈkwɪkˌsɪl.vər

Meanings of Quicksilver:

noun

The liquid metal mercury.

Usage examples:

Mercury has long been known also by the name quicksilver, because it is a silver liquid.

Meanings of Quicksilverish:

adjective

Somewhat quicksilvery.

Meanings of Quicksilverishness:

noun

Liveliness, volatility.

Meanings of Quicksilvery:

adjective

Of the nature of or resembling quicksilver; bright, lively, volatile.

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