Further along he also located a host of men in the French blue advancing at the double-quick over open ground.
He sent the latter after a cab and proceeded to dress in double-quick time.
As they crossed the campus at double-quick, students poured out of the library and joined the battalion.
If you see any signs of trouble, get back on the double-quick.
He drew a revolver from his holster and, spurring on the guide, encouraged the men to a double-quick.
The order to double-quick was given, and the regiment entered the village on a run.
Again, at double-quick, the column went forward to within fifty yards of the fort, to meet there another line of abatis.
Soon the soldiers were leaving the town on the double-quick.
Lieutenant Stairs mustered some fifty men, and proceeded on the double-quick to the river.
He retreated in double-quick order, and forced Nellie to accompany him.
Twice the usual speed; very quickly
[1822+; orig military, from the notion of marching at twice the speed of quick time]