Examples of promptitude in a sentence
<his chronic tardiness has put him in poor standing with his boss, who values hustle and promptitude>
Origin of promptitude
Middle English, from Late Latin promptitudo, from Latin promptus
First Known Use: 15th century
Rhymes with promptitude
altitude, amplitude, aptitude, attitude, certitude, comfort food, consuetude, crassitude, desuetude, finger food, finitude, fortitude, gratitude, habitude, hebetude, interlude, lassitude, latitude, longitude, magnitude, mansuetude, multitude, negritude, platitude, plenitude, pulchritude, quietude, rectitude, seminude, servitude, solitude, turpitude, vastitude
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