quick (adv.) Old form(s): quicke
alive
Ham V.i.275[Hamlet to Laertes, of Ophelia] Be buried quick with her
R3 I.ii.65[Anne to herself, as if to the earth, of Richard] earth gape open wide and eat him quick
WT IV.iv.132[Perdita to Florizel, of her wish to strew him with flowers] Not like a corse; or if, not to be buried, / But quick and in mine arms
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