Antonyms for dilatorily

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They were dilatorily obeying a call from Marjorie, and making for the window.

WORD ORIGIN

late 15c., from Late Latin dilatorius, from dilator "procrastinator," from dilatus, serving as past participle of differe "delay" (see defer).

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