peremptorily

[ puh-remp-tuh-ree, per-uhmp-tawr-ee, -tohr-ee ]SEE DEFINITION OF peremptorily

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Peremptorily I dismissed these harassing and frightful doubts.

We reached the Porta Fodesta, and peremptorily bade the guard to open for us.

She waved him peremptorily, almost contemptuously, into silence.

"Citoyenne, I am waiting for you to alight," he said peremptorily.

"I will not be tormented with these requests, Parkes," said he, peremptorily.

"Go on with your statement, sir," said Cashel, peremptorily.

"But of course, papa, you 'll not permit it; you 'll forbid him peremptorily," broke in Bella.

So certain that it has been refused,——peremptorily, flatly refused.

“Stop,” he said peremptorily, raising himself with a wrenching effort.

The crew hung in the wind, but he addressed them peremptorily.

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