Quick and Sluggish


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Quick adjective – Having or showing the ability to respond without delay or hesitation.
Usage example: she's a quick wit, always ready with a pun or joke when the moment calls for one

Sluggish is an antonym for quick in topics: fast, smart.
Nearby Words: quicken, quickly, quickness, quickie
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Sluggish adjective – Moving or proceeding at less than the normal, desirable, or required speed.
Usage example: the sluggish pace of the project is worrisome

Quick is an antonym for sluggish.
Nearby Words: sluggishness, sluggishly
Antonyms for Sluggish
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Things that words describes

movement quick movement sluggish movement
work quick work sluggish work
run quick run sluggish run
pace quick pace sluggish pace
Other nouns: speed.

Both words in one sentence

  • This makes the huge, sluggish greatsword actually safer than the small, quick 1H Sword.
  • The Devastator Heartless in Kingdom Hearts II launches a sluggish homing sphere of energy at the end of a volley of quick projectiles.
  • Literature / Dune However, when he finds himself in shield-less combat his attacks are sluggish and too slow to draw blood; this is unintentional, but because his defenses and reactions are so quick in comparison the viewing Fremen believe that he is simply toying with his opponent, and comment with disgust.
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Sluggish and Quick. (2016). Retrieved 2021, June 21, from https://thesaurus.plus/related/quick/sluggish
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