Origin of instantaneous
Examples from the Web for instantaneously
Instantaneously posting and garnering likes or retweets is the goal, as with increased notifications, the better the selfie.
The fact that doing so can instantaneously alleviate all our discomfort is hard to resist.
Which it goes ahead and does instantaneously, before you even get to the next page.
This accounted for it becoming so instantaneously invisible.The Funny Side of Physic|A. D. Crabtre
He saw the young man come riding up the acacia path, and he instantaneously guessed his mission.
The electric lamps were then instantaneously extinguished, and all was darkness.To Mars via The Moon|Mark Wicks
As soon as he had uttered the last two words, Captain Helsham's cheek was instantaneously blanched.
She jerked herself away angrily and instantaneously from this thought, ashamed of herself.Rough-Hewn|Dorothy Canfield
British Dictionary definitions for instantaneously
- occurring at or associated with a particular instant
- equal to the limit of the average value of a given variable as the time interval over which the variable is considered approaches zeroinstantaneous velocity
Word Origin and History for instantaneously
1640s (implied in instantaneously), formed in English from Medieval Latin *instantaneus, from instantem (see instant (n.)) on model of spontaneous. Related: Instantaneousness.