precipitately

[ verb pri-sip-i-teyt; adjective, noun pri-sip-i-tit, -teyt ]SEE DEFINITION OF precipitately

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When coming to a decision, his Majesty never does so precipitately.

This was what the Indian's keen eyes had been watching, and why he had so precipitately fled.

After this, a peremptory summons from the bell dismissed us precipitately to bed.

With her shrill voice yet pursuing me, I precipitately left the house.

"Yes," Miss Suffern gasped, precipitately refilling her cup.

She took it precipitately,—a sign that she was slightly disturbed.

The Roman's mocking voice brought him precipitately to his feet.

To me it seems inconceivable that the Arctic frosts should descend so precipitately.

"I think that at last I am going to find a cab," he said, precipitately.

Precipitately she thrusts a small crystal flask into Gurnemanz's hand.

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