Common misspellings for quick:
kucky, quikly, quice, squack, quacky, equak, qiuck, quija, quict, quyick, geico, quicer, qick, quickley, quicly, queck, quiickly, quciky, qucick, quiick, uquiqe, skick, qwuick, cuzco, quicky, quicck, quinky, cquck, quial, qwick, fuick, jusic, quiqly, qicker, qiuckly, junck, quik, guickly, ouick, querk, cqueck, quic, quicka, quikc, quikie, aquick, qubec, suick, akick, quckly, qiucker, quickin, queqe, quicl, qhiack, quque, qruick, judica, whicj, quicks, qurky, sikck, ckick, luccky, quaggy, qucik, quicklly, squicky, quickally, luick, quockly, quickyly, fucck, liquic, quiesce, quicik, quicket, quircky, quicjk, quck, juic, quicked, qik, qwirky, queckly, kirck, liuck, jaquizzi, qyuick, quuckly, queickly, kiick, cupcke, quickle, quatic, quikley, quickey, quciker, quickry, guick, squecky, thikc, qiuick, quiockly, quiiz, squiky, quirkey, quich, puick, quickk, quidk, squiek, quirkly, quacker, quique, quiclly, quikcy, cauck, quickll, quirck, jaquie, lucck, curick, quicke, quickily, cupckae, quicklu, cuicuit, quicley, cluick, qquick, juink, uick, wuick, quiken, quiock, quickyl, quircks, quickl, quivk, quiek, quiye, qiuickly, quiker, quike, quiquly, squick, quicj, quior, quickliy, querky, quickely, qwik, qucker, squik, quriky, buick, jacquie, juicky, ouigj, quci, quuick, quaickly, quickiy, quickli, quiitch, quicy, squacky, squigy, quisque, cusick, 1uick, 2uick, auick, qyick, qhick, qjick, qiick, q8ick, q7ick, quuck, qujck, qukck, quock, qu9ck, qu8ck, quixk, quifk, quicm, quico, quici, 1quick, q1uick, 2quick, q2uick, wquick, qauick, qhuick, quhick, qjuick, qujick, q8uick, qu8ick, q7uick, qu7ick, quiuck, quijck, qukick, quikck, quoick, qu9ick, qui9ck, qui8ck, quixck, quicxk, quivck, quicvk, quifck, quicfk, quidck, quicdk, quickj, quicmk, quickm, quiclk, quicok, quicko, quicki, uqick, yuick, uuick, q5ick, qeick, qqick, qtick, quyck, qumck, quhck, quisk, quikk, quigk, quiak, quibk, quicc, quayeck, queyeck, q uick, qu ick, qui ck, quic k.
Definition of quick:
- Alive; living; animate; -- opposed to dead or inanimate.
- Living; alive. " Quick chattels must be put in pound-overt that the owner may give them sustenance; dead need not." Finch, Law, b. 2, c. 6.
- To revive; to quicken; to be or become alive.
- Characterized by life or liveliness; animated; sprightly; agile; brisk; ready.
- Speedy; hasty; swift; not slow; as, be quick.
- Impatient; passionate; hasty; eager; eager; sharp; unceremonious; as, a quick temper.
- Fresh; bracing; sharp; keen.
- Sensitive; perceptive in a high degree; ready; as, a quick ear.
- Alive; living; animate; - opposed to dead or inanimate.
- That which is quick, or alive; a living animal or plant; especially, the hawthorn, or other plants used in making a living hedge.
- The living flesh; as, the quick under the nail of a finger or toe; the feelings; as, she was hurt to the quick; a hedge of growing shrubs.
- A living animal or plant: the living: the living flesh: the sensitive parts.
- A living person; sensitive flesh; sensitiveness.
- That which has life; any vital or sensitive part.
- The living flesh; sensible parts; living shrubs or trees.
- The living flesh; the living, as " the quick and the dead"; sensitive parts or points; a living plant- applied to the hawthorn.
- In a quick manner; quickly; promptly; rapidly; with haste; speedily; without delay; as, run quick; get back quick.
- With haste; rapidly.
- Without delay: rapidly: soon.
- Quickly; rapidly.
- Nimbly; with celerity.
- Speedily; without delay; in a short time.
- performed with little or no delay; " an immediate reply to my letter"; " prompt obedience"; " was quick to respond"; " a straightaway denial"
- easily aroused or excited; " a quick temper"; " a warm temper"
- The life; the mortal point; a vital part; a part susceptible of serious injury or keen feeling; the sensitive living flesh; the part of a finger or toe to which the nail is attached; the tender emotions; as, to cut a finger nail to the quick; to thrust a sword to the quick, to taunt one to the quick; -- used figuratively.
- Rapid; swift; as, quick in action; nimble; as, quick on one's feet; alert; ready; as, a quick eye; quick wit; easily excited; hasty; as, a quick temper; sensitive; having life.
- 1. Pregnant with a child the movement of which is felt. 2. A sensitive part, painful to touch. 3. Eponychium.
- Living, moving: lively: speedy: rapid: nimble: ready.
- Having life.
- Living; brisk; swift; prompt.
- Rapidly; soon.
- Done in a short time; rapid; swift; alert; sprightly.
- Living; done with celerity; speedy; characterized by activity or readiness; sprightly; sharp in discerning; sharp.
- Done or occurring in a short time; active; alive; living; sprightly; ready; swift; nimble.