Instanter
Instanter In*stan"ter, adv. [L., vehemently, earnestly. See {Instant}, n. & a.] Immediately; instantly; at once; as, he left instanter. [1913 Webster]

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  • Instanter — (lat.), dringend, inständig …   Pierer's Universal-Lexikon

  • instanter — [in stan′tər] adv. [L, earnestly, pressingly < instans: see INSTANT] Law without delay; immediately …   English World dictionary

  • instanter — /instintar/ Immediately; instantly; forthwith; without delay. Trial instanter was had where a prisoner between attainder and execution pleaded that he was not the same who was attainted. When a party was ordered to plead instanter, he was… …   Black's law dictionary

  • instanter — /instintar/ Immediately; instantly; forthwith; without delay. Trial instanter was had where a prisoner between attainder and execution pleaded that he was not the same who was attainted. When a party was ordered to plead instanter, he was… …   Black's law dictionary

  • instanter — adverb Etymology: Medieval Latin, from instant , instans Date: 1688 at once …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • instanter — /in stan teuhr/, adv. immediately; at once. [1680 90; < L: urgently, insistently, equiv. to instan(t ) INSTANT + ter adv. suffix] * * * …   Universalium

  • instanter — adverb immediately; instantly; without delay See Also: instant, this instant …   Wiktionary

  • instanter — in·stan·ter || ɪn stæntÉ™(r) adv. immediately (Archaic) …   English contemporary dictionary

  • instanter — [ɪn stantə] adverb archaic or humorous at once; immediately. Origin from L …   English new terms dictionary

  • instanter — ad. [L.] See instantaneously, Instantly …   New dictionary of synonyms

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