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speedily    : [sp'idəli]
Speedily \Speed"i*ly\, adv.
In a speedy manner.
[1913 Webster]

speedily
adv 1: with rapid movements; "he works quickly" [synonym: {quickly},
{rapidly}, {speedily}, {chop-chop}, {apace}] [ant:
{easy}, {slow}, {slowly}, {tardily}]

77 Moby Thesaurus words for "speedily":
PDQ, against the clock, amain, apace, at flank speed, at once,
by forced marches, cursorily, decisively, directly, double-quick,
expeditiously, fast, feverishly, flat-out, forthwith, full tilt,
furiously, hand over fist, hand over hand, hastily,
hell for leather, hell-bent, hell-bent for election,
helter-skelter, hotfoot, hurriedly, hurry-scurry, immediately,
in double time, in double-quick time, in high, in high gear,
in no time, in passing, in seven-league boots, instanter,
instantly, lickety-cut, lickety-split, on the double,
on the instant, on the run, on the spot, pell-mell, post,
posthaste, pretty damned quick, promptly, pronto, quick, quickly,
rapidly, right away, right off, slapdash, smartly, snappily,
straightaway, straightway, subito, summarily, superficially,
swiftly, trippingly, under forced draft, whip and spur,
with a rush, with all haste, with all speed, with dispatch,
with giant strides, with haste, with rapid strides, with speed,
without delay, without further delay




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