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Atone vs Immediately - What's the difference?

atone | immediately |


As a verb atone

is to make reparation, compensation, or amends, for an offence or a crime or a sin one has committed.

As an adverb immediately is

in an immediate manner; instantly or without delay.

As a conjunction immediately is

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Brisk vs Immediately - What's the difference?

brisk | immediately |


As an adjective brisk

is full of liveliness and activity; characterized by quickness of motion or action; lively; spirited; quick.

As a verb brisk

is to make or become lively; to enliven; to animate.

As an adverb immediately is

in an immediate manner; instantly or without delay.

As a conjunction immediately is

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Immediately vs Expressly - What's the difference?

immediately | expressly | Related terms |

Immediately is a related term of expressly.


As adverbs the difference between immediately and expressly

is that immediately is in an immediate manner; instantly or without delay while expressly is in an expressive or explicit manner.

As a conjunction immediately

is .

Shortly vs Immediately - What's the difference?

shortly | immediately |


As adverbs the difference between shortly and immediately

is that shortly is in a short or brief time or manner; soon; quickly while immediately is in an immediate manner; instantly or without delay.

As a conjunction immediately is

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Immediately vs Recently - What's the difference?

immediately | recently |


As adverbs the difference between immediately and recently

is that immediately is in an immediate manner; instantly or without delay while recently is in the recent past; newly; lately; freshly; not long since.

As a conjunction immediately

is .

Swiftly vs Immediately - What's the difference?

swiftly | immediately |


As adverbs the difference between swiftly and immediately

is that swiftly is in a swift manner; quickly; with quick motion or velocity; fleetly while immediately is in an immediate manner; instantly or without delay.

As a conjunction immediately is

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Immediately vs Clearly - What's the difference?

immediately | clearly |


As adverbs the difference between immediately and clearly

is that immediately is in an immediate manner; instantly or without delay while clearly is (manner) in a clear manner.

As a conjunction immediately

is .

Immediately vs Straightway - What's the difference?

immediately | straightway | Synonyms |

Immediately is a synonym of straightway.


As adverbs the difference between immediately and straightway

is that immediately is in an immediate manner; instantly or without delay while straightway is directly.

As a conjunction immediately

is .

As a noun straightway is

a straight section of a racetrack.

Eventually vs Immediately - What's the difference?

eventually | immediately |


As adverbs the difference between eventually and immediately

is that eventually is in the end while immediately is in an immediate manner; instantly or without delay.

As a conjunction immediately is

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Immediately vs Inherently - What's the difference?

immediately | inherently |


As adverbs the difference between immediately and inherently

is that immediately is in an immediate manner; instantly or without delay while inherently is in an inherent way; naturally, innately, unavoidably.

As a conjunction immediately

is .

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