precipitately : Definition, Usages, News and More
- He entered the race late and precipitately.
- Last week, accompanied by his "beautiful" wife, Queen Thuraya, and his prodigiously fat Brother Inayatullah and his wife, he fled precipitately over the Indian border.
- Chagrined though he was with his old friend's behavior, President Hoover was unwilling to turn him out precipitately, seemed hopeful that the scandal would, somehow, subside .
- Tony Blair in People's Daily Online
There were a number of concerns as to the fairness of the original trial, and there needs to be assurance that these issues have been comprehensively addressed. I call, therefore, on the Iraqi authorities not to act precipitately in seeking to... Louise Arbour http://www.google.com/url?q=http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Louise_Arbour&source=dictionary&usg=AFQjCNHskO4uyf-Q9ynBhcfEt7Q5KfYXyg Reuters.uk http://www.google.com/url?q=http://today.reuters.co.uk/news/CrisesArticle.aspx%3FstoryId%3DL28747186%26WTmodLoc%3DWorld-R5-Alertnet-3&source=dictionary&usg=AFQjCNG81K6ackdSE6xLgdVOSnDlF-58Aw Dec 28, 2006
76770 103757 precipitately Not a single one of the people I talked to, not one of the political leaders, from whatever part of the spectrum in Iraq that I talked to ...... not one of them wanted us to pull out precipitately. All of them wanted us to stick with it and see the...
- John Kenneth Galbraith in CNN International
On the first of January of 1929, as a simple matter of probability, it was most likely that the boom would end before the year was out,Galbraith wrote. "The market wouldn't level out; it would fall precipitately."