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How to use straightaway in a sentence
Then he meets Emily, who he really doesn’t take to straightaway.Emily in Paris' Lucien Laviscount Is Ready to Be Your New Crush|Cady Lang|December 22, 2021|Time
The platforms need to implement this definition straightaway.
So obviously the eagle, boom, straight back in there, and I guess almost just piggybacking with a birdie straightaway at No.Justin Rose, with a back nine out of a dream, races to a four-shot lead at the Masters|Chuck Culpepper, Scott Allen, Des Bieler|April 9, 2021|Washington Post
When I said I didn’t want to go there anymore, my mom just whipped me out of it straightaway, and it’s the same now.UK Singer Celeste Is Bridging The Gap In Soul From Across The Pond|Brande Victorian|March 12, 2021|Essence.com
At that first staff meeting, the new boss addressed the tension in the room straightaway.From bailout debacle to global dominance: Inside the turnaround at UBS|Bernhard Warner|September 21, 2020|Fortune
Seven hundred million people saw the message, and the minister saw me straightaway.
Where we pick up: That baby switch will be dealt with straightaway.
Caste is a thing you should be very careful of in these days, so the best thing is to ask for the Bear-Garden straightaway.
If he could gain sufficient distance to undertake this straightaway, he would find help.
Just now, we are cutting the season and have planned a straightaway back to winter quarters.
In 'Roughing It' we are led to believe that the author regarded this as a gift from heaven and accepted it straightaway.Mark Twain, A Biography, 1835-1910, Complete|Albert Bigelow Paine
“Yes, but that may have meant as the crow flies, straightaway,” returned the scout-master.The Banner Boy Scouts Snowbound|George A. Warren