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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.
personal, firsthand, head-on, lineal, head on.
taking place, occurring now.
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.
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.
adjacent, close, contiguous, direct, firsthand, nearby, nearest, nigh, primary, proximal, proximate, recent, near-at-hand.
contemporaneous, contemporary, current, today's.
existent, for the time being, just now, nowadays, present-day, today, under consideration, even now, in process, at this moment, in duration.
expeditious, prompt, punctual, speedy, swift, quick.
spur-of-the-moment, spur of the moment.
abrupt, hasty, instantaneous, precipitous, quick, sudden, unexpected, flasher, Subito.
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.
close, contiguous, direct, fast, present, prompt, proximate, quick, straightaway, unmediated.
critical, important, paramount, pressing, urgent.
exigent, imperative, uppermost, as a matter of urgency/priority, every minute counts, it's now or never, on the front burner.
instant, later, live, next, now, someday.
Examples of usage:
– Ayala's Angel by Anthony Trollope
– In the Yellow Sea by Henry Frith
– East Lynne by Mrs. Henry Wood
– The Last Of The Barons, Complete by Edward Bulwer-Lytton
– Oliver Goldsmith by E. S. Lang Buckland