instantly

[in-stuhnt-lee]
adverb
1.
immediately; at once.
conjunction
3.
as soon as; directly: I recognized her instantly she entered the room.

Origin:
1375–1425; late Middle English; see instant, -ly


1. forthwith. See immediately.
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instantly (ˈɪnstəntlɪ)
 
adv
1.  immediately; at once
2.  archaic urgently or insistently

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Check in at our favorite weekend hotels and you're instantly on vacation.
Picking an eye-grabbing fabric for the upholstery instantly updated the piece.
Secondhand furniture that's seen better days can be instantly revived with a
  coat of bright paint.
It started instantly for me, and its one-touch blade-height adjustment was
  remarkably easy to use.
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