instanter

[ in-stan-ter ]
/ ɪnˈstæn tər /

adverb

immediately; at once.

Origin of instanter

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