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imperatively

adverb as in compulsorily

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adverb as in urgently

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“It is imperative,” the prosecutors said in their statement, “that we use our discretion to decline to prosecute personal healthcare choices criminalized under such laws.”

Obstacles aside, reinvention is an imperative, for companies and individuals.

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We had quite a lot of latitude because they made D&I a business imperative.

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So it was imperative as the pandemic broke out for Sam’s to help those customers weather a crisis that has been much harder on small business than large corporations.

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It’s an important milestone in a young person’s development, and having the right bike is imperative.

Not until it was repeated more loudly, and imperatively, did he turn to see Fortunio beckoning him.

But before they could move to do her bidding, Garnache's voice rang imperatively through the chamber.

He tapped the table imperatively, continuing with rising anger, and scowled in a way I had learned to take warning from.

"Fetch this child's hat and jacket," said the great man imperatively.

Hence Dr. Jacob concludes that neither of the sacraments demand imperatively the administration of a minister.

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On this page you'll find 9 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to imperatively, such as: by force, and with force.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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