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But what made be a believer was this formula's ability to make my skin look fresher right away, not just over time.
If employees are too scared to report a violation right away, or if the investigation takes too long, there’s not much hope of punishing bad employers.
At first, when the adviser sent the student demeaning emails, or called at 2 a.m. to give her grief, the student answered right away.
Kinsey knew right away the 6-foot-2, 220-pound Wharton had potential to be good.
Should any future modifications to the agenda format be made, council members asked that they be set up for a trial period instead of the changes being permanent right away.
And in Maryland, Republicans claim the state’s Democratic legislature gerrymandered their rights away in the rural sixth congressional district.
Estonian authorities didn’t recognize the effects right away.
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right away Synonyms
Synonymsbang, directly, forthwith, headlong, incontinently, instantaneously, instanter, instantly, now, PDQ, plumb, presently, promptly, pronto, right, immediately, right now, right off, straightaway, straight off, straightway
Related Wordsaway, freely; anon, momentarily, shortly, soon; apace, briskly, fast, fleetly, full-tilt, posthaste, quick, quickly, rapidly, readily, snappily, speedily, swift, swiftly; abruptly, presto, suddenly, unexpectedly; hastily, impetuously, impulsively, rashly, recklessly; exactly, opportunely, punctually, seasonably
Near Antonymsslowly; late, tardily
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