Absolutely and Promptly

Absolutely

Absolutely adverb - Totally and definitely; without question.

Promptly and absolutely are semantically related. In some cases you can use "Promptly" instead an adverb "Absolutely".

Nearby Words: absolute, absolution, absoluteness

Promptly

Promptly adverb - Without delay.
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Synonyms for Promptly

Absolutely and promptly are semantically related. Sometimes you can use "Absolutely" instead an adverb "Promptly".

Nearby Words: prompt, promptness, prompter

Both words in one sentence

  • Siuan Sanche gives her absolutely strongest oath of servitude to Gareth Bryne, then promptly runs away.
  • The Demon Archives has absolutely stunning scenery, which then promptly gets blown to bits in a war zone.
  • She promptly sprays him with mace for absolutely no reason other than he was within range.
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