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(senseid) (ellipsis of).
1703, (w), ''an Ode to Colonel George Villiers''
- Impending death is thine, and instant doom.
- Rejoicing in hope; patient in tribulation; continuing instant in prayer.
January 2, 1827, (w), ''letter to Mrs. Carlyle, Scotsbrig''
- I am beginning to be very instant for some sort of occupation.
December 28, 2019 Attorney Jeffery S. Levin, quoted in ''Boston Globe|The Boston Globe'', p. 3
- He received just two disciplinary reports prior to committing the instant offense, one in March 2019 for activating an alarm during a non-emergency situation, and one in May 2019 for failing to provide a urine specimen.
(RQ:Fuller Good Thoughts in Bad Time)
- The instant time is always the fittest time.
Very quickly and easily prepared.
Of the current month.
1819, Lord Byron, ''Don Juan'', I.182:
- He left the room for his relinquished sword, / And Julia instant to the closet flew.