Synonyms & Antonyms : Quick





Quick



( Adjective )


The flashes of lightings came in
quick succession.

Synonyms:

Active

Sudden

Deft

Alive

Agile

Alert

Fast

Rapid

Swift

Perceptible

Contextual Examples:

It is advisable not to drive too
fast on a crowded road.

India has made a
rapid progress in agricultural development during the last decade.

He was
swift to condemn the terrorist violence.

The governor is trying to
precipitate the solution of the Assam problem after having settled the Punjab controversy.



Antonyms:

Listless

Slow

Inexpert

Calm

Patient

Lazy

Sluggish

Calm

Calculated

Contextual Examples:

Russell has become
listless in his studies and sports since his last sickness.

I always prefer to driver
slow in the crowded streets of the city.

The efforts of the government in solving national problems should be
calm and calculated.

Everyone dislikes his
sluggish behaviour.




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