Definition of Promptest

1. Adjective. (superlative of prompt) ¹



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Definition of Promptest

1. prompt [adj] - See also: prompt

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Promptest

promotions
promotive
promotiveness
promotivenesses
promotor
promotors
prompt
prompt box
prompt copy
promptbook
promptbooks
prompted
prompter
prompter's box
prompters
promptest (current term)
prompting
promptingly
promptings
promptitude
promptitudes
promptless
promptly
promptness
promptnesses
prompts
promptuaries
promptuary
prompture
promptures

Literary usage of Promptest

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1. Appletons' Annual Cyclopædia and Register of Important Events of the Year (1874)
"This application was denied in the following dispatch received from Washington : you and the gentlemen you represent in applying the promptest and most ..."

2. Memoirs Illustrating the History of Napoleon I from 1802 to 1815 by Claude-François Méneval, Robert Harborough Sherard (1894)
"... to assist the Minister in carrying out the orders contained therein in the promptest manner possible, so as to avoid letting the office into the secret. ..."

3. The Life and Death of Lord Edward Fitzgerald by Thomas Moore (1831)
"... to which I feel myself bound to pay the promptest and most respectful attention. According to the statement transmitted to me, her Ladyship is not, ..."

4. An impartial history of Ireland, from the period of the English invasion to by Dennis Taaffe (1811)
"government, so far from encouraging the court of Lisbon to this prohibition, had, on the first notice, taken the promptest steps to obtain redress; ..."

5. Michaud's History of the Crusades by Joseph Fr. Michaud (1852)
"... the cross for the purpose of ravaging the provinces and pillaging the cities of Christians. mined to apply the promptest remedy to so many evils, ..."

6. Michaud's History of the Crusades by Joseph Fr. Michaud (1852)
"... the cross for the purpose of ravaging the provinces and pillaging the cities of Christians. mined to apply the promptest remedy to so many evils, ..."

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