How to use Immediacy in a sentence
Most times I do the first draft in longhand trying to capture the immediacy of the inspired moment.
Many of these letters which bring immediacy to memory have been quoted at length.
Whether TV is more effective than radio is debatable; clearly, images offer an immediacy and credibility sound alone lacks.
The painter can accomplish this and place it before you with great immediacy and truth.
I would love aid in return it's inside and said rabble's immediacy.Advertisement
Based on the author's personal diary, the book has a startling immediacy which is complemented by reflections matured over three decades.
In the subsequent passage, the immediacy of the visions is supplanted by the vision of a future day.
Fake news isn’t a new thing. It’s just that the immediacy and virality of the social web has facilitated its rapid growth.
While they can lack the immediacy of conference and journal papers, they are essential for providing in-depth coverage of research.
He uses lively brush strokes which give an immediacy to the subject matter.Advertisement
Surely the reason Vietnam dominates this week's suggestions is because conscription gave the conflict such ghastly immediacy.
The often self-serving memoirs and analyzes of later years have by no means the same immediacy.
All policies impact on people's lives, some to a greater extent and with more immediacy than others.
What gives his account a vivid immediacy and a sense of tragedy, is that it seems to be an eye-witness account.
Lucy Pitman-Wallace directs the UK premiere of this vigorous and lyrical translation, breathing new immediacy into Sophocles ' timeless parable.Advertisement
I would love aid in return it's inside and said rabble 's immediacy.
There is the spirit of haiku about this - present too in other poems - the kind of immediacy achieved in Zen satori.
Although there are a lot of other resources available on the Internet, such as forums, websites, e-zines, and more, chat rooms offer an immediacy that is missing from the other outlets.
The freedom here spoken of is a freedom from the immediacy of impulse - a freedom based upon our possession of reason as a power of comparison, memory and forethought.
The immediacy of the relation between Ahura and Asha is implied in the statements that Ahura created Asha and that he dwells in the paths which proceed from Asha; and when he created the inspired word of Reason, Asha consented with him in his deed.Advertisement