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Definition of "forthwith" []

  • At once; immediately. (adverb)
  • At once; immediately (adverb)

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Use "forthwith" in a sentence
  • "With the exception of places like King County where some poll voting still occurs, the analysis can begin forthwith because in most cases, we won't see any additional counts from those counties for a day or two."
  • "The King summoned the twain forthwith, as he loved them for their fidelity and piety; and, sending for the woman, that he might hear from her own lips what she had to say against them, thus bespake her, “O woman, what hath betided thee from these two men in whom I trust?”"
  • "Then bade he the Chamberlain forthwith go out and cause the tables to be spread and order all the troops thereto."