Imperatively in a sentence

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Definition of Imperatively

  • In an imperative manner.
  • in an imperative and commanding manner

How to use imperatively in a sentence. Imperatively pronunciation.

Repeated applications for proper tentage were made, accompanied by medical certificates that the issue of tentage was imperatively necessary for the health of the command.
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He was always calling for reinforcements, until his army comprised over two hundred thousand men, and when at last imperatively commanded to move, some-whither,-at any rate to move,-he left Washington not sufficiently defended, which necessitated the withdrawal of McDowell's corps from him to secure the safety of the capital.
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As to the material of the apron, this is imperatively required to be of lamb-skin.
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The Congress of the United States have never passed an act imperatively directing that the public moneys shall be kept in any particular place or places.
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It must be manifest to Congress that the exposed state of the public records here, without fireproof buildings, imperatively requires the most ample remedies for their protection, and the greatest vigilance and fidelity in all officers, whether executive or judicial, in bringing to condign punishment the real offenders.
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Such natures, I consider, should absolutely and imperatively be joined in marriage.
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Then she began to say openly that she did not feel well, that the house was too much for her, and that the doctor had imperatively commanded rest.
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It was unwise to use force in these cases-nor could he have brought himself to use it-and of course he could not leave her at the dam, or leave her at all, while she was in her present mood, and without other protection; at the same time, it was imperatively necessary that he should get out of his wet clothes-her also.
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He saw that patience was imperatively necessary, and he so conducted as to maintain the favor of Dionysius.
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His abdication was imperatively demanded by Dion, who refused all conciliation and promises of reform.
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Having settled these difficulties, and made way with his enemies, Sulla, still consul, embarked with his legion for the East, where the presence of a Roman army was imperatively needed.
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He said that nothing would give him greater pleasure than to see me dance a minuet with his wife after the marriage dinner; but I told him it was impossible that I should stay, my affairs imperatively calling me elsewhere; and that with respect to my dancing a minuet, such a thing was out of the question, as I had never learned to dance.
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Such a study, so full of difficulties, imperatively demands freedom for its condition.
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Honest people have no need of a slide in the door, and where there is so much precaution, may we not suppose that something behind the curtain imperatively calls for it?
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Yes, cash in plenty on hand, and lots more in sight," imperatively replied the Major.
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I smiled up at him in response to his wordless questioning as to how I felt, and would have risen but that he imperatively signed to me to lie still.
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He did not stop to consider the policy of this course; he imperatively wanted things cleared up and the issue made plain.
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I quickly drew a pistol, and threatening him with it I demanded imperatively from him the name of the person who had represented me as the husband of that woman.
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It was now growing clear even to herself that Charles being dead, she had not determination sufficient within her to break tidings which, had he been alive, would have imperatively announced themselves.
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If it has failed to satisfy you of the guilt of the accused, and your minds are not convinced, vacillate in doubt, then you must acquit her, be the evidence what it may, positive or presumptive; but if the result of the whole evidence satisfies you, it you are convinced that she is guilty, then it is imperatively your duty to convict her, even if the character of the evidence be wholly circumstantial.
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Examples of Imperatively

Example #1
Endorsements thereon by the chief quartermaster of the 5th Corps as late as the 5th of August show that there was no available tentage for issue.
Example #2
The Gatling Gun Detachment was provided with shelter-halves and remained under them until the 10th of August.
Example #3
Without enumerating or describing the terrible battles on the Peninsula, and the "change of base," which practically was a retreat, and virtually the confession of failure, it may be said in defence or palliation of McClellan that it afterwards took Grant, with still greater forces, and when the Confederates were weakened and demoralized, a year to do what McClellan was expected to do in three months.
Example #4
He maintained that his army was not sufficiently drilled, or large enough for an immediate advance, that the Confederate forces were greater than his own, and were posted in impregnable positions.
Example #5
No other substance, such as linen, silk, or satin, could be substituted without entirely destroying the symbolism of the vestment.
Example #6
This symbolism pervades the whole of the ritual, from the lowest to the highest degree, wherever white vestments or white decorations are used.