Rudely and Shortly

Rudely

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Rudely adverb – In an impolite manner.
Shortly and rudely are semantically related In some cases you can use "Shortly" instead an adverb "Rudely".
Nearby Words: rude, rudeness
Synonyms for Rudely

Shortly

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Shortly adverb – In a few words.
Rudely and shortly are semantically related in curtly topic. You can use "Rudely" instead an adverb "Shortly".
Nearby Word: shorten
Synonyms for Shortly

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  • Characters / X-Men Film Series: Professor Charles Xavier aka: Professor Charles Francis Xavier Shortly beforehand, Professor X dismisses Apocalypse's grand vision as nothing more than manipulation, and he continues his conversation with Erik as if his captor was just a nuisance who rudely interrupted them.
  • Film / X-Men: Apocalypse Shortly beforehand, Professor X dismisses Apocalypse's grand vision as nothing more than manipulation, and he continues his conversation with Erik as if his captor was just a nuisance who rudely interrupted them.Apocalypse: I've shown him a better way, a better world.
  • Useful Notes / RMS Titanic The radio operator of the infamous SS Californian tried to warn the Titanic crew about the ice that forced his ship to lay adrift for the night, only to be rudely interrupted by Philips (who was busy working the tenous connection with the shore station) shortly before the accident.
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