instantly

[ in-stuhnt-lee ]SEE DEFINITION OF instantly

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR INSTANTLY

As she spoke, Geta lifted the curtain, and Philothea instantly obeyed the signal.

And when the wrenching at his forearms ceased he instantly relaxed his grip.

She instantly thrust in her head and snorted in the direction of the stranger.

His name was instantly passed on by the fugitive to his fellows as a "safe" man.

He instantly drew back; but it was too late, they had recognised him.

Hester and the major got Corney to bed, and instantly he was fast asleep.

Instantly, he was all alert to meet the exigencies of the situation.

Take them off instantly, and tell me what you mean by this outrage.

Tim did instantly as requested, and helped Yates on with the coat.

"It's the best thing that ever happened to me," answered Donald Whiting instantly.

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