precipitantly

[ pri-sip-i-tuh nt ]SEE DEFINITION OF precipitantly
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Presently recovering he cleared his throat, and left them precipitantly.

He resolved upon this attempt as precipitantly, and as regardless of the difficulties, as was his wont.

Colonel Churchill started, precipitantly left Mr. Hunter, and crossed the floor to his guest of two weeks.

WORD ORIGIN

1610s, from Latin precipitantem, present participle of praecipitare (see precipitate (v.)). As a noun in chemistry from 1680s. The adjective senses now are taken by precipitate (adj.).

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