straightway

[streyt-wey]
adverb

Origin:
1425–75; late Middle English; see straight, way1

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straightway (ˈstreɪtˌweɪ)
 
adv
archaic at once

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Example sentences
The frogs applauded the speech of their king, and straightway they went to
  their armor and their weapons.
She has sinned, but the sin leads her straightway to a larger life.
Mulligan straightway entered the suit which was tried and adjudged against him
  yesterday.
Straightway the door opened, and a shriveled, shabby dwarf entered.
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