adjective, speedier, speediest.
characterized by speed; rapid; swift; fast.
coming, given, or arrived at quickly or soon; prompt; not delayed: a speedy recovery.

1325–75; Middle English spedy. See speed, -y1

speedily, adverb
speediness, noun
overspeedily, adverb
overspeediness, noun
overspeedy, adjective
unspeedily, adverb
unspeediness, noun
unspeedy, adjective

1. quick. 2. expeditious.
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speedy (ˈspiːdɪ)
adj , speedier, speediest
1.  characterized by speed of motion
2.  done or decided without delay; quick

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Example sentences
Sweet crab in crunchy taco shells makes for a speedy weeknight dinner.
Quickly seared albacore steaks get topped with a soy- and lemon-flavored salsa
  in this speedy supper.
Real-time and speedy synchronous and asynchronous communication options abound.
The college took speedy and extraordinary steps to enforce this privilege.
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