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
Trump operates instinctually, wrought from decades in business, where immediacy is rewarded because business transactions are fleeting events.
If immediacy invites error, then error, on Twitter, conversely suggests humanity.
His remake was sweeping in scope, aimed at infusing Bazaar with hard-hitting journalism and immediacy.
This combination of Trump's improvisational style, the immediacy of Twitter, and international politics has proven to be a potent and terrifying one.
Cincinnati Music Festival crowds appreciate Fantasia’s immediacy and grit, while music critics see in her an artist sharing more common ground with predecessors like Aretha Franklin and Patti LaBelle than with her contemporaries.
All of Nolan's gifts as a director of big-screen action and scale are used to deliver the immediacy of their experience .
But what the state’s second-largest city is looking to save for the sake of convenience and immediacy could end up throwing its streetlight grid into chaos again, city officials and urban designers say.
The immediacy is due to the fact that fire officials said the apartments were not safe to sleep in Friday night, Gould explained.
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