straightaway[ streyt-uh-wey ]SEE DEFINITION OF straightaway
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR STRAIGHTAWAY
Not even Old Man Coyote can catch him in a straightaway race.
But with all his desperate need for haste he ran no straightaway course.
You can't give them the slip on a straightaway run, can you?
In straightaway bursts they left our French brothers at the post.
I am willing to do so also, if you will make over the fortune by deed of gift to me straightaway.
And as for the zig-zag, you said we should run a straightaway now and then to mix it up.
Only a straightaway run for miles and hours could save her, if the hound were on her trail.
The straightaway hunt is more dangerous to the man than the moose.
Straightaway I bought this car for five hundred, and it is half paid for.
He fathomed what it was straightaway, and immediately knew that the sleeper was in his power.