Antonyms for quick


leisurely, deliberate.


quiescent, idle, quiet.




lifeless, dull.

fast, speedy:

unhurried, inactive.


slow, lazy, ignorant, uneducated, sluggish.



Other Antonyms:

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

Usage examples for quick

  1. " No, they cannot get here so quick," declared Yellow Owl. – Spotted Deer by Elmer Gregor
  2. Here, Lengelbach, take this quick. – The Secret Witness by George Gibbs
  3. Get her out of here just as quick as possible, and you'll probably save her. – Starr, of the Desert by B. M Bower