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.
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Jancey, until now the most timid of Moonee’s friends, squints her eyes with defiance and reacts to Moonee’s fear with immediacy, as if suddenly seeing the world as simply as a baby does.
That was in the immediacy of the disaster, Smith said.
The immediacy and charm of Vasari’s writing is undiminished half a millennium later.
Lawrence’s rapport with director David O. Russell lent her performances a charming immediacy (Silver Linings Playbook, American Hustle, Joy) as Russell worked through his issues toward sanity; Aronofsky doesn’t.
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.
The real world's influence over culture is unmistakable, with artistic mediums reacting to our national (and international) events with varied severity and immediacy.
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