directly[ dih-rekt-lee, dahy- ]SEE DEFINITION OF directly
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DIRECTLY
I fetched up at an exit on the side street, and there they were directly in front of me.
The Nile was directly responsible for this useful development.
Directly they had reached the privacy of the street they became quieter.
The joint of the 20-foot pieces should be directly in the center of the 10-foot piece.
"The table is directly in front of you," came the Leopard Woman's voice.
Directly his back was turned on the couch the Assistant Commissioner rose too.
We set it, double-reefed, which made it but a rag of a sail, and yet the ship felt it directly.
I could not answer her directly, and felt myself flushing with embarrassment.
Directly behind the Malay lay the heavy chest of Professor Maxon.
Then take it off directly, strain it, and put it into moulds to congeal.