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Correct spelling: quick
- kwik, adj. living: lively: speedy: nimble: ready: sensitive: hasty: pregnant: active, piercing.-- adv. without delay: rapidly: soon.-- n. a living animal or plant: the living: the living flesh: the sensitive parts: a hedge of some growing plant, quickset.-- adj. QUICK'- AN'SWERED ( Shak.), quick at giving an answer.-- n. QUICK'BEAM, the mountain-ash or rowan.-- adj. QUICK'- CONCEIV'ING, quick at conceiving or understanding.-- v.t. QUICK'EN, to make quick or alive: to revive: to reinvigorate: to cheer: to excite: to sharpen: to hasten.-- v.i. to become alive: to move with activity.-- n. the couch or quitch-grass.-- ns. QUICK'ENER, one who, or that which, reinvigorates; QUICK'ENING, the period in pregnancy when the mother first becomes conscious of the movement of the child-- from the sixteenth or seventeenth week onwards.-- adj. QUICK'- EYED, having acute sight.-- ns. QUICK'- GRASS=Quitch-grass; QUICK'- HEDGE, a hedge of living plants; QUICK'LIME, recently burnt lime, caustic and unslaked: carbonate of lime without its carbonic acid.-- adv. QUICK'LY.-- ns. QUICK'MARCH ( same as QUICK'STEP); QUICK'MATCH ( see MATCH); QUICK'NESS; QUICK'SAND, a movable sandbank in a sea, lake, & c., any large mass of sand saturated with water, often dangerous to travellers: anything treacherous.-- adj. QUICK'- SCENT'ED, having a keen scent.-- n. QUICK'SET, a living plant set to grow for a hedge, particularly the hawthorn.-- adj. consisting of living plants.-- adj. QUICK'- SIGHT'ED, having quick or sharp sight: quick in discernment.-- ns. QUICK'- SIGHT'EDNESS, sharpness of sight or discernment; QUICK'SILVER, the common name for fluid mercury, so called from its great mobility and its silvery colour.-- v.t. to overlay or to treat with quicksilver.-- adj. QUICK'SILVERED.-- ns. QUICK'SILVERING, the mercury on the back of a mirror; QUICK'STEP, a march in quick time: ( mus.) a march written in military quick time.-- adj. QUICK'- TEM'PERED, irascible.-- n. QUICK'- WA'TER, a solution of nitrates of mercury and of gold, for water-gilding.-- adj. QUICK'- WIT'TED, having ready wit.-- ns. QUICK'- WIT'TEDNESS; QUICK'- WORK, the part of a ship under water when laden: the part of the inner upper-works of a ship above the covering board: the short planks worked inside between the ports: spirketting.-- SOME QUICK ( Spens.), something alive. [ A.S. cwic; Ice. kvikr, Goth. kwius, living; allied to L. vivus.]
QUICK abbreviation definitions:
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