promptitude[ promp-ti-tood, -tyood ]SEE DEFINITION OF promptitude
Synonyms for promptitude
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR PROMPTITUDE
But what has been sought with eagerness ought to be acknowledged with promptitude.
The promptitude of Dora's recovery was a new surprise to our hero.
Decision and promptitude are as requisite in self-culture as in business.
Promptitude in action may be stimulated by a due consideration of the value of time.
I only grieve they cannot be put in execution with the promptitude that I desire.
How your promptitude tells of a long intimacy with Grub Street!
The old lawyer paid her a smiling compliment on her promptitude.
The Philosophers rose to a man, with a promptitude which was almost aggressive.
If it hadn't been for Rona's promptitude—— Oh, there's the bell!
If a new situation arises, he deals with it with promptitude and decision.