Examples of immediacy in a Sentence
Television coverage gave the war greater immediacy than it had ever before had.
There is an immediacy to watching a live performance that you cannot get from hearing a recording.
Recent Examples of immediacy from the Web
The immediacy of Enhancer saves you the extra effort of looking up background information on YouTube and Rotten Tomatoes.
The pedal is firm and responds to inputs with a pleasant immediacy.
Several characters are heard primarily through offstage voices, which removes the audience from the immediacy of the piece.
Rarely has the tug of war between a teen’s inner and outer selves been conveyed with such exhilarating immediacy.
This growth is fueled by the generosity of ordinary people joined to the intimate immediacy of social media--but it's also driven by structural gaps that have left too many Americans one piece of bad luck away from financial hardship.
But the great thing about oral histories is the immediacy of the first-person narrative.
Its immediacy comes in part from the brisk naturalism of the performances and the nimbleness and fluidity of the editing.
In an instant, a blow is thrown with the immediacy and power of a bullet.
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