It is critical to focus on concrete and implementable options, on a low profile, discretion and promptness.
I hope you are enjoying yourself and drawing your per annum with promptness and regularity.
The vigour and promptness of these measures cannot be too highly extolled.
This promptness and certainty in rebuke, when rebuke was necessary, made him a well-served man, both indoors and out.
His answer came with a promptness that showed he had considered, also, that.
Order and promptness have been necessary to me in every step of my way.
Perhaps this promptness has never been equalled in Kentucky.
In its onset, willingness in behalf of the common good to endure attendant private evils is alacrity, promptness.
“Nora is usually the soul of promptness, too,” reminded Anne.
There bank notes and bank checks are treated as identical in nature, both being cleared with the same regularity and promptness.
early 15c., "readiness," from Latin promptus (see prompt (v.)). Meaning "hint, act of prompting" is from 1590s. Computer sense attested by 1977.
early 15c., from Old French prompt and directly from Latin promptus "brought forth," hence "visible, apparent, evident," past participle of promere "to take or bring out or forth" (see prompt (v.)).Related: Promptly; promptitude.