from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adv. Informal With great speed.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adv. Quickly; as fast as possible; in short order.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Headlong; very fast.
If they are effective, they get promoted out of publicity lickety-split!
We just figure out how to travel those 20 light years to Gliese 581G lickety-split.
We were sort of guests there and so it was a lot of fun to be in it together, trying to learn Romanian in lickety-split time and trying to make our fans happy.
Both the introduction and the talking points sections are running a bit long this week insert your own "how can you possibly tell, given their usual length?" joke here, if you must, so we're going to hand out the awards in lickety-split fashion this week.
But his neck was full of non-stick slime so I kept saying goodbye to my life, going down lickety-split to my brother's waiting tummy.
Or rather, I would say, there is nothing to exit, since we haven't "entered" this conflict, we have remained 10,000 feet above it and have turned over the lion's share to NATO lickety-split.
BOB hops from the ground to the lift, lickety-split.
It's just brilliant and I know it'll turn you away from your feminist-satanic sinful ways lickety-split.
The lining became even more Silvery when Dr. Zellek responded lickety-split.
Hip-hop fashion was the last aesthetic that caused unrest, but big brands like McDonald's realized lickety-split that tapping into hip-hop culture would be a fine way of attracting those young customers who'd long ago transitioned out of Happy Meals but were just beginning to buy their own junk food.
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