forthwith forthwith  /ˈfɔrθ ˈwɪθ/


  • (adv) without delay or hesitation; with no time intervening


  1. Igea hastened forthwith to Capri, and there met Lucky Luciano, whose vast suite took up half of a floor in the island's best hotel.
  2. Predictably, some critics did dismiss the event forthwith.
  3. A stern prohibitionist, Dentist Welch determined forthwith to banish Bacchus from the altar.


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ennui ennui
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