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Definition of Immediately

  • In an immediate manner; without intervention of any other person or thing; proximately; directly; -- opposed to mediately; as, immediately contiguous.
  • Without interval of time; without delay; promptly; instantly; at once.
  • As soon as. Cf. Directly, 8, Note.
  • without delay or hesitation; with no time intervening
  • near or close by
  • bearing an immediate relation

How to use immediately in a sentence. Immediately pronunciation.

He came down, and immediately hoisted his heels into the air, delivering a vicious kick at the sky, and stood on his forefeet.
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Every few days news would come of the discovery of a bran-new mining region; immediately the papers would teem with accounts of its richness, and away the surplus population would scamper to take possession.
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This wrought so effectually upon the Bawd, that he was immediately conducted to the Chamber where his Wife was.
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And after consulting what was best to be done, I resolved not to venture being expos'd, and so immediately with-drew, and took down all my Pictures, leaving only a Servant in the House for some days, to see whether he wou'd be as good as his word: and in three Days after, a Constable came with a Warrant to search the House for disorderly Persons; but finding only a Servant there, he told her he perceiv'd the Birds were flown.
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He paused in astonishment; but the thought that she could have fled appeared to him so insane, that he immediately and decisively dismissed it.
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Paulus recollected the enquiry which Phoebicius lead addressed to the Amalekite as to a greyhound, and he immediately guessed that the Gaul's runaway wife must be not far off.
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His heart beat more quickly, and although he did not immediately know how he should meet the disloyal wife, he felt himself impelled to go to seek her.
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And immediately, while he yet spake, cometh Judas, one of the twelve, and with him great multitude with swords and staves, from the chief priests and the scribes and the elders.
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Louise sprang away from him; but immediately behind her lay the foolish little chair which he had kicked over, and just beyond _that_ stood the scarcely less foolish little table which supported the heavy lamp, with its bowl of coloured glass and its spreading yellow shade.
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This is not imaginary and fantastic; it is a definite sensation, and immediately apparent.
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They were simply doing what Sanin told them they ought to do; and having decided that he was right, they immediately put his theories into practice.
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It was read to him; he roared with laughter, and immediately ordered that it be acted.
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Turgenev had a veritable genius for admiration; he had recognised the greatness of his younger rival immediately, and without a twinge of jealousy.
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Turgenev replied immediately, saying that all hostile feelings on his part had long since disappeared; that he remembered only his old friend, and the great writer whom he had had the good fortune to salute before others had discovered him.
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The contrast between these two women, who instinctively understand each other immediately and the struggle of each for the soul of the hero, shows Turgenev at his best.
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This novel was immediately followed by another within the same year, "Stepanchikovo Village," translated into English with the title "The Friend of the Family.
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Every single one of his later novels is a footnote to actual circumstance; with any other author, we should say, for example, that his accounts of the thoughts that pass in a murderer's mind immediately before he assassinates his victim were the fantastical emanation of a diseased brain, and could never have taken place; one cannot do that in Dostoevski's case, for one is certain that he is drawing on his Siberian reservoir of fact.
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The reader is immediately taken into the action.
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He immediately withdrew, and wrote the first sentence of Anna Karenina.
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His soul was immediately filled, says Tolstoi, with brilliant light.
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Examples of Immediately

Example #1
And then down he came once more, and began the original exercise of shooting me straight up again.
Example #2
Then he rose and stood almost straight up on his hind feet, and I, clasping his lean neck desperately, slid back into the saddle and held on.
Example #3
By the time I was fairly inoculated with the disease, "Esmeralda" had just had a run and "Humboldt" was beginning to shriek for attention.
Example #4
I succumbed and grew as frenzied as the craziest.
Example #5
And Counterfeiting his Voice as much as he cou'd, Madam, says he, Invited by your Shadow, which I saw below, I am now come to be made happy with the Enjoyment of the Substance.
Example #6
Is he with her now, says he?