instanter

[ in-stan-ter ]
/ ɪnˈstæn tər /

adverb

immediately; at once.

Nearby words

  1. instant messaging,
  2. instant photography,
  3. instant replay,
  4. instantaneous,
  5. instantaneous sound pressure,
  6. instantiate,
  7. instantiation,
  8. instantize,
  9. instantly,
  10. instar

Origin of instanter

1680–90; < Latin: urgently, insistently, equivalent to instan(t-) instant + -ter adv. suffix

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British Dictionary definitions for instanter

instanter

/ (ɪnˈstæntə) /

adverb

law without delay; (in connection with pleading) the same day or within 24 hours

Word Origin for instanter

C17: from Latin: urgently, from instans instant

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