more immediate[ ih-mee-dee-it ]SEE DEFINITION OF more immediate
Synonyms for more immediate
- at once
- at present time
- at this moment
- on hand
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR MORE IMMEDIATE
Footwear was really of more immediate necessity than clothing.
The next day's paper had news of more immediate concern to me.
I was baffled and switched the subject to more immediate themes.
So I will in my story straightway pass To more immediate matter.
Your country will derive from this a more immediate and sensible benefit.
But to return from this digression to the more immediate subject of the present section.
But a more immediate and practical matter was dwelt upon in his letter.
And then they forgot him temporarily for the more immediate need of clothes.
But there are problems involved that are of more immediate import.
Remembrance of the more immediate past began to stir in his mind.