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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR QUICKSTEP

A man who can hold his own with the Wuddars at their quickstep must be sound in wind and limb.

"Message just been signalled from the 'Quickstep,' sir," reported Callaghan.

The mark-boat was rounded at the end of the first round by the 'Quickstep' 14 mins.

A little orchestra of musicians were reeling off a quickstep.

Do you mind very much, Mr. Quickstep, if we sit out the rest of it?

Ollie Lord clapped a hand to his head and executed a quickstep.

"Let me look at it," said Richard, whose pulses were beginning to beat a quickstep.

The trouble lay in the fact that the Quickstep carried passengers.

But despite the awful buffeting she was receiving the Quickstep never faltered.

Matt had just remembered that his six months in the Quickstep were up.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR QUICKSTEP

quick time

nounnormal marching pace
Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.