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- (rare, literary, dated) More quickly; with greater rapidity.
- 1834, Leigh Hunt, The Indicator, and the Companion, page 6:
- The terrified sailors would have begun to depart quicklier than they did, had not fear itself made them move slowly.
- 1871, The Cornhill Magazine, volume 24, page 332:
- The apprentice will learn much better and quicklier how to do things for knowing beforehand why he is bidden to do them in any particular way […]