Origin of important
Examples from the Web for importantly
There was so much beauty, talent, potential, and most importantly, honesty in your work.Dear Leelah, We Will Fight On For You: A Letter to a Dead Trans Teen|Parker Molloy|January 1, 2015|DAILY BEAST
Most importantly, they were all deleted long before that percentage could rise any higher.
And, perhaps most importantly, you will find a roving cast of characters—the employees of distillery.
And, most importantly, homicide was at an historic low, meaning more lives were being saved.
Importantly, as part of the interim plan, Iran has diluted or converted its stockpile of 20 percent enriched uranium.
"They put glasses on cows in Russia," said Miss Cantillon importantly.Skippy Bedelle|Owen Johnson
“Let me tell what I've got to first,” he ordered, importantly.Jerome, A Poor Man|Mary E. Wilkins Freeman
He looked about him importantly, like a child that is under observation.Pelle the Conqueror, Complete|Martin Anderson Nexo
A table had been set up under a tree, and there the slim lieutenant stood, importantly busy.The Prussian Officer|D. H. Lawrence
"You shall learn, you shall learn, little sister," said Yakoff importantly.The Book of All-Power|Edgar Wallace
British Dictionary definitions for importantly
Word Origin for important
Word Origin and History for importantly
mid-15c., from Middle French important and directly from Medieval Latin importantem (nominative importans), present participle of importare "be significant in," from Latin importare "bring in" (see import). Related: Importantly.