Examples of swiftly in a Sentence
swiftly established himself as a star in Hollywood
Recent Examples of swiftly from the Web
While laws can often lag decades or more behind social norms, legislation related to breastfeeding has passed more swiftly by comparison.
But the effort swiftly became an international collaboration.
The Gunners emphatic win prevented Burnley from drawing level with them on points, swiftly putting an end to the Clarets impressive run of recent form.
The only question is whether or not viciously anti-Semitic claims — claims that have historically led to the murders of millions of Jews — should be swiftly denounced.
The rule change, which some have already swiftly put into action, could lead to a more modern take on the historically classical sport.
Siobhan Reidy, the co-owner of the Irish Rover on Frankfort Avenue, said the fire was swiftly put out, but the front door of the building was badly damaged.
President Donald Trump's first tariffs are scheduled to hit $34 billion of Chinese imports on Friday, and Beijing plans to swiftly respond with levies on an equal amount of goods.
With embassies and consulates around the world, Christensen’s bureau responds swiftly to emergencies.
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a mile a minute, at full throttle, at full tilt, by leaps and bounds, in a hurry, in short order, like a shot, like gangbusters, like wildfire;
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