quickly

All Adverb
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  • The war of movement quickly turned into a war of position.
  • However, the war quickly spread and eventually involved every level of society.
  • The company recognized that it needed to develop a personal computer much more quickly.
  • David had to work quickly, but the result was a simple and powerful image.
  • The health care industry has been quickly growing, and is the third largest in Canada.
  • Things moved quickly, and they were married within five months.
  • The bodies were quickly moved to a museum for further study.
  • However, they would find it more difficult to turn quickly.
  • The entire edition of the book was sold out quickly.
  • When things did not progress quickly toward that end, he put the team up for sale.
  • But they believed that if this was to be achieved, it had to be done quickly.
  • It quickly became a standard research and teaching technique and is still widely used today.
  • The book quickly sold-out and became an instant hit.
  • They quickly took exception to the importance he seemed to place on class distinction.
  • Further from the university campus, the influence of the University quickly becomes less visible.
  • We'll restore your access as quickly as possible, so try again soon.
  • The crew quickly found a remote cabin located several miles away from any other buildings.
  • In the middle of 19th century industry developed quickly and the number of the inhabitants grew.
  • The color of each point represents how quickly the values reached the escape point.
  • It soon became apparent that the committee was too large for any further progress to be made quickly.
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Meaning of quickly

  • adverb With rapid movements
    he works quickly