quickie

quickie

[kwik-ee] Informal.
noun
1.
a book, story, movie, etc., usually trivial in quality, requiring only a short time to produce.
2.
a quickly consumed alcoholic drink.
3.
anything taking only a short time, especially a hurried sexual encounter.
adjective
4.
done, made, assembled, etc., quickly or hurriedly: I'll fix a quickie meal after I get home from the office.
5.
achieved or acquired with a minimum of formality: a quickie divorce.

Origin:
1925–30; quick + -ie

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quickie (ˈkwɪkɪ)
 
n
1.  Also called (esp Brit): quick one a speedily consumed alcoholic drink
2.  a.  anything made, done, produced, or consumed rapidly or in haste
 b.  (as modifier): a quickie divorce; a quickie ceremony

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