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Prompt

Verb

Definition:

(of an event or fact) cause or bring about (an action or feeling)

Examples:

  1. The violence prompted a wave of refugees to flee the country

Synonyms:

  • Give rise to
  • Bring about
  • Cause
  • Occasion

Prompt

Noun

Definition:

An act of encouraging a hesitating speaker

Examples:

  1. With barely a prompt, Barbara talked on

Prompt

Adjective

Definition:

Done without delay; immediate

Examples:

  1. She would have died but for the prompt action of two ambulancemen

Synonyms:

  • Quick
  • Swift
  • Rapid
  • Speedy

Prompt

Adverb

Definition:

Exactly (with reference to a specified time)

Examples:

  1. I set off at three-thirty prompt

Synonyms:

  • Exactly
  • Precisely
  • Sharp
  • On the dot

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