With 15 arrested near the scene of the attack for alleged questioning, students are paying an immediate price.
The other, to his immediate left, is calling for a touchback, the result of an interception.
In the immediate aftermath, her mother administered first aid to some soldiers who had suffered minor wounds.
There was, in the immediate aftermath of the August 21 chemical weapons attack, general silence in the Jewish establishment.
When no weapons of mass destruction were found, the immediate assumption was that President Bush had lied.
"The fact of her being at liberty to-day is an indication that no immediate villainy is contemplated," broke in my companion.
This material connection is the immediate cause of articulate speech.
Yes, indeed; for if—I mean when, you find 230 the fortune for us, the gardens will have immediate attention.
However, there was no immediate need for his cheerfulness, for Cis had quieted.
immediate orders were issued by the king for the arrest of the Knight of Canny.
late 14c., "intervening, interposed;" early 15c., "with nothing interposed; direct," also with reference to time, from Old French immediat, from Late Latin immediatus "without anything between," from assimilated form of in- "not, opposite of" (see in- (1)) + mediatus, past participle of mediare "to halve," later, "be in the middle," from Latin medius "middle" (see medial (adj.)).