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Antonyms of quick:

inactive, unexcitable, unhurried, slow, unintelligent, stupid, dull, lazy, heavy, indolent, quiescent, sluggish, idle, inert, quiet, unresponsive, crawling, creeping, dallying, dawdling, dilatory, dillydallying, dragging, laggard, lagging, lazyish, leisurely, logy, poking, poky, slothful, slowish, tardy, dormant, feebleminded, simpleminded, boobish, foolish, half-baked, idiotic, imbecile, moronic, silly, ignorant, illiterate, lowbrow, nonintellectual, unacademic, uneducated, uninformed, unintellectual, untaught, unthinking, absurd, asinine, balmy, cockeyed, crackpot, crazy, cuckoo, daffy, daft, dippy, dotty, featherheaded, fool, harebrained, insane, kooky, loony, lunatic, mad, nonsensical, nutty, preposterous, sappy, screwball, tomfool, unwise, wacky, zany, airheaded, birdbrained, boneheaded, brain-dead, brainless, bubbleheaded, chuckleheaded, dense, dim, dim-witted, doltish, dopey, dorky, dumb, dunderheaded, empty-headed, fatuous, gormless, half-witted, knuckleheaded, lamebrain, lunkheaded, mindless, obtuse, opaque, pinheaded, senseless, simple, slow-witted, soft, softheaded, thick, thickheaded, thick-witted, unbrilliant, unsmart, vacuous, weak-minded, witless, languid, lingering, plodding, deliberate, measured, late, ultraslow, dying, fading, moribund, stillborn, reposing, resting, ghostlike, ghostly, ghosty, zombielike, absent, extinct, fallen, finished, gone, lapsed, lost, nonexistent, perished, terminated, vanished, wiped out, barren, desert, asleep, breathless, cold, dead, deceased, defunct, departed, expired, inanimate, lifeless, nonliving, bad, deadened, dimmed, dulled, imperceptive, insensible, insensitive, numb, imprecise, inaccurate, infertile, aborting, miscarrying, delivered, nonpregnant.

Examples of usage:

Here, Lengelbach, take this quick.

— The Secret Witness, George Gibbs.

" No, they cannot get here so quick," declared Yellow Owl.

— Spotted Deer, Elmer Gregor.

Get her out of here just as quick as possible, and you'll probably save her.

— Starr, of the Desert, B. M Bower.