Usage examples for swiftly

  1. Swiftly, and still more swiftly, his footsteps came up behind her. – Cord and Creese by James de Mille
  2. I'll show them- A private ran swiftly to the rear. – Last Words by Stephen Crane
  3. Mrs. Murray's' mind, like her husband's, moved swiftly. – The Major by Ralph Connor
  4. Then swiftly, " I've got to- I've got to." – The Power and the Glory by Grace MacGowan Cooke
  5. Olga turned swiftly with outflung arms. – The Keeper of the Door by Ethel M. Dell
  6. He did not stop to speak with him, but rode swiftly home. – The Measure of a Man by Amelia Edith Huddleston Barr
  7. She even saw him crossing swiftly to where her mother and father sat. – Gigolo by Edna Ferber
  8. For hours his feet moved swiftly and mechanically under him. – The Eternal Maiden by T. Everett Harré
  9. She was still for a moment, then knelt very swiftly before him and held out her arms. – Marriage by H. G. Wells
  10. And he rode swiftly on. – Hereward, The Last of the English by Charles Kingsley
  11. The answer came swiftly. – Vendetta A Story of One Forgotten by Marie Corelli
  12. Mrs. Farquhar glanced at him in half- amused impatience, but his manner swiftly changed. – A Prairie Courtship by Harold Bindloss
  13. Then swiftly the terrible face of the moon was upon us. – Kari the Elephant by Dhan Gopal Mukerji
  14. And then as swiftly- came the knowledge that he had not really set her free. – The Knave of Diamonds by Ethel May Dell
  15. At this answer, the Pigeon flew swiftly down to the earth. – The Adventures of Pinocchio by C. Collodi--Pseudonym of Carlo Lorenzini
  16. Fenger came swiftly around the desk, and over to her. – Fanny Herself by Edna Ferber
  17. He walked swiftly on, leaving her alone. – The New Tenant by E. Phillips Oppenheim
  18. He then remembered having seen Longcluse- and his was the only eye that observed him- pass swiftly from the passage leading to the smoking- room at the beginning of the game. – Checkmate by Joseph Sheridan Le Fanu
  19. He turned swiftly and clasped her hand. – The Cattle-Baron's Daughter by Harold Bindloss