Quickest vs. Fastest

Quickest vs. Fastest — Is There a Difference?
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Difference Between Quickest and Fastest

Quickestadjective

Moving or functioning rapidly and energetically; speedy

an animal that is quick enough to escape most predators.

Fastestadjective

Acting, moving, or capable of acting or moving quickly; swift.

Quickestadjective

Learning, thinking, or understanding with speed and dexterity; bright

a quick mind.

Fastestadjective

Accomplished in relatively little time

a fast visit.

Quickestadjective

Perceiving or responding with speed and sensitivity; keen

quick reflexes.

Fastestadjective

Acquired quickly with little effort and sometimes unscrupulously

made a fast buck scalping tickets.
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Quickestadjective

Reacting immediately and sharply

a quick temper.

Fastestadjective

Quick to understand or learn; mentally agile

a class for the faster students.

Quickestadjective

Occurring, achieved, or acquired in a relatively brief period of time

a quick rise through the ranks.a quick profit.

Fastestadjective

Indicating a time somewhat ahead of the actual time

The clock is fast.

Quickestadjective

Done or occurring immediately

a quick inspection. ].

Fastestadjective

Allowing rapid movement or action

a fast running track.
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Quickestadverb

most quickly

Fastestadjective

Designed for or compatible with a short exposure time

fast film.

Fastestadjective

Disposed to dissipation; wild

ran with a fast crowd.

Fastestadjective

Flouting conventional moral standards; sexually promiscuous.

Fastestadjective

Resistant, as to destruction or fading

fast colors.

Fastestadjective

Firmly fixed or fastened

a fast grip.

Fastestadjective

Fixed firmly in place; secure

shutters that are fast against the rain.

Fastestadjective

Lasting; permanent

fast rules and regulations.

Fastestadjective

Deep; sound

in a fast sleep.

Fastestadverb

In a secure manner; tightly

hold fast.

Fastestadverb

To a sound degree; deeply

fast asleep.

Fastestadverb

In a rapid manner; quickly.

Fastestadverb

In quick succession

New ideas followed fast.

Fastestadverb

Ahead of the correct or expected time

a watch that runs fast.

Fastestadverb

In a dissipated, immoderate way

living fast.

Fastestadverb

(Archaic) Close by; near.

Fastestadverb

most quickly