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adverb as in promptly

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Whereas if you’re heating a piece of metal in the atmosphere over the course of 10 seconds, then you get an instantaneous absorption of oxygen, many kilometers above the ground — great way of measuring the composition of the Earth’s upper atmosphere.

Emails aren’t as instantaneous as they used to be and many people have found themselves using them solely for external purposes.

The control menu is excellent, with every action instantaneous, no loading or stuttering.

Neuroscientists already knew that memory formation is not instantaneous, and that the act of remembering is crucial to locking a memory into the brain.

Instantaneously posting and garnering likes or retweets is the goal, as with increased notifications, the better the selfie.

This light becomes instantaneously hypostasizing as it swirls into different patterns.

Her one entry instantaneously received hundreds of comments from readers and fans, mostly denouncing Saldana.

The fact that doing so can instantaneously alleviate all our discomfort is hard to resist.

Which it goes ahead and does instantaneously, before you even get to the next page.

The porter placed there by Longcluse, of course, opened the gate instantaneously at his call.

It was curious to watch the young girls as they instantaneously availed themselves of Mrs Mason's absence.

The sea air, however, has one most extraordinary quality—it removes a cough or cold almost instantaneously.

A little after sunset, the insurgents reached the forest, and instantaneously disappeared under covert.

An English farmer would instantaneously double or quadruple the produce of the province.


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On this page you'll find 17 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to instantaneously, such as: right away, spontaneously, at once, directly, immediately, and pronto.

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