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Hasty vs Lickety-split - What's the difference?

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Hasty is a related term of lickety-split.


As an adjective hasty

is acting in haste; being too hurried or quick (eg without much thinking about it they made a hasty decision to buy it ).

As an adverb lickety-split is

quickly; as fast as possible; in short order.

Quickly vs Lickety-split - What's the difference?

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Quickly is a related term of lickety-split.


As adverbs the difference between quickly and lickety-split

is that quickly is rapidly; with speed; fast while lickety-split is quickly; as fast as possible; in short order.

Rapidly vs Lickety-split - What's the difference?

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Rapidly is a related term of lickety-split.


As adverbs the difference between rapidly and lickety-split

is that rapidly is with speed; in a rapid manner while lickety-split is quickly; as fast as possible; in short order.

Lickety-split vs Expeditiously - What's the difference?

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Lickety-split is a related term of expeditiously.


As adverbs the difference between lickety-split and expeditiously

is that lickety-split is quickly; as fast as possible; in short order while expeditiously is in an expeditious manner.

Quick vs Lickety-split - What's the difference?

quick | lickety-split | Related terms |

Quick is a related term of lickety-split.


As adverbs the difference between quick and lickety-split

is that quick is (colloquial) with speed, quickly while lickety-split is quickly; as fast as possible; in short order.

As an adjective quick

is moving with speed, rapidity or swiftness, or capable of doing so; rapid; fast.

As a noun quick

is raw or sensitive flesh, especially that underneath finger and toe nails.

As a verb quick

is to amalgamate surfaces prior to gilding or silvering by dipping them into a solution of mercury in nitric acid.

Snappily vs Lickety-split - What's the difference?

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Snappily is a related term of lickety-split.


As adverbs the difference between snappily and lickety-split

is that snappily is in a snappy manner while lickety-split is quickly; as fast as possible; in short order.

Mercurial vs Lickety-split - What's the difference?

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Mercurial is a related term of lickety-split.


As a noun mercurial

is (obsolete) any of the plants known as mercury.

As an adjective mercurial

is (often capitalized, see (mercurial)) pertaining to the planet mercury.

As an adverb lickety-split is

quickly; as fast as possible; in short order.

Swiftly vs Lickety-split - What's the difference?

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Swiftly is a related term of lickety-split.


As adverbs the difference between swiftly and lickety-split

is that swiftly is in a swift manner; quickly; with quick motion or velocity; fleetly while lickety-split is quickly; as fast as possible; in short order.

Lickety-split vs Posthaste - What's the difference?

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Lickety-split is a related term of posthaste.


As adverbs the difference between lickety-split and posthaste

is that lickety-split is quickly; as fast as possible; in short order while posthaste is quickly, as fast as someone travelling post; with great speed.

As a noun posthaste is

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Fleet vs Lickety-split - What's the difference?

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Fleet is a related term of lickety-split.


As a proper noun fleet

is the stream that ran where fleet street now runs.

As an adverb lickety-split is

quickly; as fast as possible; in short order.

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