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
But these days, when our greatest intimacy is with our iPhones and the spectral kinship of social media has supplanted the immediacy of analog conversation, the true hunger is for earnest connection.
Hearing details from the survivors — and Weinstein’s former employees — offers a bracing kind of immediacy.
The action sequence on the train is truly remarkable, and director Clint Eastwood shots with a documentary-style immediacy, but the surrounding film doesn't serve this thrilling true-life story or the audience.
But despite musical and movement devices not ours, the performances had stunning immediacy simply by being astonishingly good.
The action sequence on the train is truly remarkable, and Eastwood shoots with a documentary-style immediacy, but the surrounding film — especially the script and performances — doesn’t serve this thrilling true-life story, or the audience.
The National Film Board of Canada debuted the documentary as a piece with immediacy and no external narrative.
Or if their thoughts drifted, like the slow run of water, to any concern that with more immediacy or interest, genuinely affected them.
Meredith’s interest in reaching larger audiences and generating greater immediacy has led her to create pop music too.
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