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- adv. In a fleet manner; swiftly
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adv. In a fleet manner; rapidly.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a fleet manner; rapidly; swiftly.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. in a swift manner
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She dabbled in being the perfect version of her, busy and dancing fleetly through steps from high school to college and beyond.
They had traveled fleetly these past weeks, stopping only briefly for the night, unhindered by the entire contingent of the imperial zenana, and made the journey to Agra in a relatively short time.
He slipped out of the room and ran fleetly through the zenana apartments in search of Jahanara.
Much of the actual fighting occurs in the gutters between the panels and the imagination of the readers, as the stories are mostly short and fleetly told, and Dell seems to have taken a great deal of pride in their wholesomeness, at least based on the company pledges that are reprinted within.
Kicking off her other sandal, she ran fleetly to her car.
He ran fleetly and was grinning as if he bore rare good news.
There was something so thoroughly savage in the manner of these expressions, and the looks and gestures by which they were accompanied, that her great fear of him gave her new strength, and enabled her by a sudden effort to extricate herself and run fleetly from him.
Nor shall time borne fleetly nor years 'oblivion ever
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Seizing Tamera's hand he ran fleetly into the nearest tunnel and I followed.
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