'Quicker' in the Bible
My days go quicker than the cloth-worker's thread, and come to an end without hope.
While still uncut shoots, they would dry up quicker than any [other] plant.
My days go quicker than a post-runner: they go in flight, they see no good.
See, he will come up like the clouds, and his war-carriages like the storm-wind: his horses are quicker than eagles. Sorrow is ours, for destruction has come on us.
Those who went after us were quicker than the eagles of the heaven, driving us before them on the mountains, waiting secretly for us in the waste land.
And their horses are quicker than leopards and their horsemen more cruel than evening wolves; they come from far away, like an eagle in flight rushing on its food.