We imperatively require a perception of, and a homage to beauty in our companions.
It existed in America and was imperatively demanded in Europe.
“We must not trust him or any of the others,” said Dirk imperatively.
"I wish to see you—I must speak with you, even if you have retired," she returned, imperatively.
She let go his arm and imperatively pushed it from her, tossing her head.
Also that it is 'imperatively demanded by the necessities of war.'
"Go on," he said so imperatively that, with one long breath, Theodora began to read.
Now, herr,” he said imperatively: “put your arms round my neck.
The King, then in Hanover, was imperatively sent for home, and had to come.
"One moment, please," broke in the little general, imperatively.