There a suitable existence was secured to her, for Philip kept his promise, and caused her pension to be punctually paid.
Do you know that it is very wonderful of you to get up so punctually?
Accurately, punctually, he turned the pages; he had not understood one page; and he had not once looked up.
punctually at the time appointed, the work of the day began.
My friend followed my instructions most punctually: and his lordship knows and will acknowledge the truth of this assertion.
"You'll be here then punctually at eight to-night," said he; and we parted.
Four o'clock punctually arrived, and, almost as punctually, Lady Pollacke.
These conditions, however, the marquis did not punctually observe.
She had friends who didn't know each other but who inevitably and punctually recommended him.
Of course, I attended that evening punctually at my friend M'Corkindale's.
c.1400, from Medieval Latin punctualis, from Latin punctus "a pricking" (see point (n.)). Originally "having a sharp point; of the nature of a point;" meaning "prompt" first recorded 1670s, from notion of "insisting on fine points." Related: Punctually.