|immediately after the Apostles||subapostolic|
|(Slang) fast, quickly, swiftly, rapidly; immediately, right now, promptly||pronto|
|A collection and processing service provided to firms by banks, which collect payments from a dedicated postal box that the firm directs its customers to send payment to. The banks make several collections per day, process the payments immediately, and...||Lockbox|
|able to conform, adaptable; compliant, submissive, in agreement, lying above layer deposited immediately before, similar||conformable|
|absolute, candidly, clear; total, absolute; complete; directed straight out (Archaic), instantly, totally, completely; openly; absolutely; directly; immediately, wholly, without qualifications||outright|
|accurate, candid, candidly, cigarette without filter, consecutive, consistent, conventional, conventional person, delivered with unbent arm, directly; in an upright manner; frankly, openly; immediately, without delay; continuously, without stopping; ho...||straight|
|actinium, actinium; radioactive metallic element (Chemistry), Acts of the Apostles||Ac|
|active in low light, like twilight, pertaining to twilight, of the period immediately after sunset or before sunrise; (about animals) active during the twilight hours, active in the early evening or early morning||crepuscular|
|adjoining, afterwards; at the nearest time in the future, closest to, following; closest, immediately following, the one after this one||next|
|affect somebody physically, affect somebody suddenly, appropriate something, arrest somebody, comprehend something, exploit something immediately, give somebody legal possession, lash something with thin rope, stiffen up, stop, stop working, take a hol...||seize|
|another time, soon, shortly; immediately||anon|
|Apostle of Jesus Christ, book of the Bible, Judas, one of the twelve Apostles (Biblical); book of the New Testament (Biblical); male first name||Jude|
|area immediately under roof||attic|
|area located immediately next to a sports or circus ring; seat offering a good view of a performance or event, area next to ring, located immediately next to a sports or circus ring; offering a good view of a performance or event, place offering good v...||ringside|
|as recently as, but, conj. but, except, emphasizing, indicating a condition, indicating an event happening immediately after, merely, no more and no less, single; alone, solely; exclusively; merely; just, the single person or thing, with no siblings||only|
|as soon as, immediately, at once, without delay, in a jiffy, urgently||instantly|
|at once, immediately, without delay, straight course without curves or turns, track that extends in a straight line, straight track||straightaway|
|at once, immediately; in a difficult position, in an embarrassing position||on the spot|
|at present time, conj. so, inasmuch as; since, fashionable, given the current situation, immediately, immediately; at this moment, at this time; in these days; in the present conditions; in the moments just preceding||now|
|at the present time, immediately, now, soon, shortly, straight away||presently|
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