At a fair lick - Idioms by The Free Dictionary
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at a (fair) lick
Very quickly. What am I supposed to do if my horse starts moving at a lick? How do I slow him down?
at a lick at a fast pace. informal
at a (fair) ˈlick (informal) fast; at a high speed: You must have been driving at a fair lick to get here so quickly!
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First performed in 1968, Joseph shows its age occasionally, but the plot still zips along at a fair lick