Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Acting quickly or in the shortest possible time.
“Thank you, Frances, for this reminder and I am so thankful that you and quick-thinking, and even more quick-action hero of a husband, are safe and well Love the costumes!”
“This leaves little for locally managed quick-action projects that bring immediate improvements to everyday life for Afghans, or for “signature” projects readily identifiable as supported by Canada.”
“Best recommended for fans of the original Xenophobe arcade game, quick-action gamers, or multiplayer game fans.”
“Three times it moved its position, and once he was just in time to see it make a most dazzling leap, which he hoped Will might have caught with his quick-action lens.”
“Habituation to a rough, quick-action life had taught the Tyro to keep his wits, his temper, and his speech.”
“It's the hero with the quick-action strong-arm stuff that wins out in the big scene.”
“It possesses all the popular ingredients -- a quick-action plot, color and picturesqueness aplenty, and an unflagging interest -- to be found in Bower's earlier successes.”
“The force gauges feature an industry-leading peak sampling rate of 7,000 Hz, producing accurate results even for quick-action tests.”
“Distinguishing Features: Action timer; quick-note and quick-action hot keys; Mail compatible; automatic data collection. iPhone Presence: App ($20)”
“I'd love to say that the biggest improvement over previous Spider-Man outings is the omission of quick-action sequences, but those stupid things still persist.”
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