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
Three needs immediately arose: access and immediacy, coordinator and education.
There’s a strangely realist immediacy to the meat paintings.
Let accessing this joyful immediacy take you back to the knowledge that there are always options- infinite roads in and out of situations and ways of being.
There are hymns that date back a century or more, sung with immediacy and urgency.
With authority and immediacy, The Washington Post’s nonfiction critic uses books to grapple with the challenges of governance and coexistence that the Trump era is unleashing.
That’s very nourishing, to step away even from prose and storytelling and into the immediacy and emotional urgency of poetry.
All of this took away from the immediacy of Thomas and Mumford, who were effectively game and never less than appealing.
Tosca’s shocking elements can thus be seen in connection to early cinema’s shocking immediacy and realism.
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IMMEDIACY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of immediacy for English Language Learners
: the quality that makes something seem important or interesting because it is or seems to be happening now
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