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- adj. comparative form of quick: more quick
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A quickset hedge.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. more quickly
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"I think it (Edgar's victory) definitely brings me the ability to get a shot at the title quicker," he said.
If I can complete the fourth draft in quicker time without sacrificing quality, even better.
The airport says it will result in quicker security clearance for passengers of Southwest, USA 3000 and some charter flights.
I don't know if this is the case with the Wii, but I know on my Xbox games would load much quicker from the hard disk than they would from DVD.
The only thing that I have notice works a little quicker is a bore snake.
The LZR has laser-bonded seams, which reduces drag, and a compression effect that aids in quicker recovery, Schubert said.
It seems that one way to get a ransom quicker is to cut off someone's ear on camera and then send the ear with the videotape.
Would we win quicker than we did in Operation Iraqi Freedom?
And the one thing you can do to get you there a bit quicker is something that stops you getting there at all.
Red Nelson 'd go in quicker' n a wink, but he don't know enough about it.