without delay

without delay
Synonyms and related words:
PDQ, all at once, all together, apace, at a blow, at a stroke, at once, at one blow, at one jump, at one stroke, at one swoop, at one time, decisively, directly, expeditiously, forthwith, immediately, in a hurry, in no time, instanter, instantly, now, on the instant, on the spot, per saltum, pretty damned quick, promptly, pronto, quickly, right away, right now, right off, simultaneously, smartly, speedily, straightaway, straightway, subito, summarily, swiftly, then and there, this minute, this very minute, uno saltu, with all speed, without further delay

Moby Thesaurus. . 1996.

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