forthwith

[ fawrth-with, -with, fohrth- ]SEE DEFINITION OF forthwith
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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR FORTHWITH

And forthwith, as one who may not be resisted, he swept up the cards and began to shuffle.

I blamed him for leaving him, and ordered him to find him forthwith on foot.

Yet, despite his chagrin, he realized that he could not send her from him forthwith.

Forthwith, Burke set out to make the most of this favorable opportunity.

At all events, I repeat my wish that you should come to her forthwith.

A warrant was made out, and he was forthwith sent to the jail.

Forthwith, he subjected the patient to a prolonged auscultation.

Quite at his ease, and still laughing, he forthwith introduced the priest.

At these words, the horse was delighted, and forthwith trotted out.

Forthwith he began to run up the hill, dragging Miette with him.

WORD ORIGIN

c.1200 (prep); early 14c. (adv.), from forth + with. The Old English equivalent was forð mid.

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