hastily (part of speech: adverb)
- He snorted fiercely as he bent to the grass, but Shibli Bagarag ran to him, and grasped strongly the tuft of hair hanging forward between his ears, and traced between his fine eyes a figure of the crescent with his forenail, and the Horse ceased plunging, and was gentle as a colt by its mother's side, and suffered Shibli Bagarag to bestride him, and spurn him with his heel to speed, and bore him fleetly across the fair length of the golden meadows to where Noorna bin Noorka sat awaiting him. - "The Shaving of Shagpat, Complete", George Meredith.
- She left the room, and ran fleetly up- stairs to her own sitting- room. - "A Bachelor's Dream", Mrs. Hungerford.
- I have made them to see Thy Majesty as a jackal of the south, moving fleetly and stealthily, and traversing the Two Lands. - "The Literature of the Ancient Egyptians", E. A. Wallis Budge.