Few minutes later outraged attendant, catching sight of the bundle, peremptorily ordered its removal.
peremptorily I dismissed these harassing and frightful doubts.
He peremptorily ordered them to go home to bed, and departed with his servant and his dog.
She waved him peremptorily, almost contemptuously, into silence.
Another message came up from the kitchen, and peremptorily forbade the company to wait any longer.
"Go on with your statement, sir," said Cashel, peremptorily.
Yet it had been peremptorily decided for her without any regard to her right or wish.
"I shouldn't touch the bell if I were you," he said peremptorily.
With her daughter Arina Petrovna dealt as peremptorily as she had with her hated son.
Some one called her name softly and peremptorily, but she did not stop.
"decisive," mid-15c., legal term, from Anglo-French peremptorie, from Middle French peremtoire, from Latin peremptorius "destructive, decisive, final," from peremptor "destroyer," from perimpere "destroy, cut off," from per- "away entirely, to destruction" (see per) + emere "to take" (see exempt (adj.)). Of persons or their words, "certain, assured, brooking no debate," 1580s. Related: Peremptorily.