Thesaurus / promptly
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The error prompted Nielsen’s attorneys to contact Murphy’s legal team to correct the record, which they did.
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It’s the urgency of this pandemic that’s prompted it, he says.
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Some of that disinformation prompted supporters to physically attack journalists and attempt to invade the National Congress in June.
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Memorial Day brought the death of George Floyd at the hands of Minneapolis police, prompting hundreds of thousands of Americans to take to the streets in protest.
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The ongoing coronavirus pandemic almost certainly will prompt a number of voters across the country to submit absentee ballots by mail.
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That has prompted a number of similar startups, ranging from QuantumScape to Fisker to Canoo, to go public by merging with SPACs.
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This, the McCloskeys claim, prompted them to put fire extinguishers in every room and keep a rifle ready.
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It prompted our investigation where we uncovered unfathomably inept dealmaking by top Administration officials like Peter Navarro.
THE TRUMP ADMINISTRATION IS BACKING OUT OF A $647 MILLION VENTILATOR DEAL AFTER PROPUBLICA INVESTIGATED THE PRICEBY PATRICIA CALLAHAN AND SEBASTIAN ROTELLASEPTEMBER 1, 2020PROPUBLICA
WORDS RELATED TO PROMPTLY
- on spur of the moment
- too quickly
- at short notice
- in a New York minute
- in a flash
- in a jiffy
- in nothing flat
- like now
- now or never
- on the dot
- on the double
- on the spot
- right now
- soon afterward
- straight away
- straight off
- this instant
- this minute
- tout de suite
- without delay
- without hesitation
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