The surgeons put off amputating the leg, he was so exhausted, but at last it was imperatively necessary to amputate.
Now, herr,” he said imperatively: “put your arms round my neck.
Accordingly, though physically unfitted for coition with men, he is imperatively drawn towards them by a natural impulse.
We imperatively require a perception of, and a homage to beauty in our companions.
There was an aside when the newcomer said imperatively to a club attendant, "We'll have some light here, please!"
It existed in America and was imperatively demanded in Europe.
It is the adherence to certain practices—rites and ceremonies—that Hinduism imperatively demands.
"One moment, please," broke in the little general, imperatively.
Emily could have forgiven him the want of the former, but the latter was imperatively demanded.
"Tell me what novels you have read," she broke in upon him imperatively.
mid-15c., in grammar; later "something imperative" (c.1600), from Old French imperatif and directly from Late Latin imperativus (see imperative (adj.)).
A grammatical category describing verbs that command or request: “Leave town by tonight”; “Please hand me the spoon.”