directly

[adv] - without anyone or anything intervening 2. [adv] - in a forthright manner 3. [adv] - without deviation
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Directly

• (adv.) Straightforwardly; honestly. • (adv.) In a straightforward way; without anything intervening; not by secondary, but by direct, means. • (adv.) Straightway; next in order; without delay; immediately. • (adv.) Immediately after; as soon as. • (adv.) Without circumlocution or ambiguity; absolutely; in express terms. &...
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directly

adverb in a forthright manner; candidly or frankly; `he didn`t answer directly`; `told me straight out`; `came out flat for less work and more pay`
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directly

straight 5 direct adverb without deviation; `the path leads directly to the lake`; `went direct to the office`
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Directly

Di┬Ěrect'ly adverb 1. In a direct manner; in a straight line or course. 'To run directly on.' Shak. « Indirectly and directly too Thou hast contrived against the very life Of the defendant.» Shak. 2. In a straightforward way; without anythin...
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directly

1. In a direct manner; in a straight line or course. 'To run directly on.' 'Indirectly and directly too Thou hast contrived against the very life Of the defendant.' (Shak) ... 2. In a straightforward way; without anything intervening; not by secondary, but by direct, means. ... 3. Without circumlocution or ambiguity; absolutely; in express terms. '...
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