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immediate
Definition:
Acting without anything intervening; direct.

Synonyms:

adjective
all
immediate.
close
nearly, nigh, under one's nose, hard by, around the corner, across the street, give or take a little, in spitting distance, in the ball park, near-at-hand.
direct
personal, firsthand, head-on, lineal, head on.
early
soonest.
existent
taking place, occurring now.
firsthand
straight from horse's mouth, straight from the horse's mouth.
instantaneous; without delay
actual, at once, critical, current, existing, extant, first, instant, live, next, now, on hand, paramount, present, pressing, prompt, up-to-date, urgent, hair-trigger, at present time, at this moment.
intuitive
untaught, unreflecting.
near
adjacent, by, close, hairbreadth, local, near, nearby, neighborhood, proximate, close shave, proximal, hair breadth, along toward, approximal, at close quarters, close-at-hand, hair's breadth, in close proximity, not remote, side-by-side, vincinal, within stone's throw.
near, next
adjacent, close, contiguous, direct, firsthand, nearby, nearest, nigh, primary, proximal, proximate, recent, near-at-hand.
now
contemporaneous, contemporary, current, today's.
present
existent, for the time being, just now, nowadays, present-day, today, under consideration, even now, in process, at this moment, in duration.
punctual
expeditious, prompt, punctual, speedy, swift, quick.
spur-of-the-moment
spur-of-the-moment, spur of the moment.
sudden
abrupt, hasty, instantaneous, precipitous, quick, sudden, unexpected, flasher, Subito.
timeless
instantaneous, timeless.
adverb
early
before long, in advance, in good time, in time, on the dot, too soon, Oversoon, with time to spare, in bud, bright and early, a bit previous, far ahead, in the bud, on short notice.
noun
immediate
close, contiguous, direct, fast, present, prompt, proximate, quick, straightaway, unmediated.
primary
critical, important, paramount, pressing, urgent.
urgent
exigent, imperative, uppermost, as a matter of urgency/priority, every minute counts, it's now or never, on the front burner.
without delay
instant, later, live, next, now, someday.
verb
approaching
coming, imminent.
Examples of usage:
  1. To this Tom made no immediate answer. – Ayala's Angel by Anthony Trollope
  2. I made no immediate reply. – In the Yellow Sea by Henry Frith
  3. " She is dead, I hear," said Lady Isabel hoping to turn the immediate point of conversation. – East Lynne by Mrs. Henry Wood
  4. What the immediate cause of complaint? – The Last Of The Barons, Complete by Edward Bulwer-Lytton
  5. His plans were practical and immediate. – Oliver Goldsmith by E. S. Lang Buckland

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