Definition of immediacy in English:

immediacy

Syllabification: im·me·di·a·cy
Pronunciation: /iˈmēdēəsē
 
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noun

The quality of bringing one into direct and instant involvement with something, giving rise to a sense of urgency or excitement: electronic mail works because it has the immediacy of a scribbled memo
More example sentences
  • It's that sense of immediacy and instant gratification that is part of the allure.
  • It is these qualities, however, which lend their old folk material a crucial sense of immediacy and excitement.
  • The new songs bristle with an excitement and immediacy that demand attention.

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