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Abruptly

Abruptly Meaning & Definition
Abruptly Definition And Meaning

What's The Definition Of Abruptly?

[adv] quickly and without warning; "he stopped suddenly"

Synonyms | Synonyms for Abruptly: dead | short | suddenly

Related Terms | Find terms related to Abruptly: a corps perdu | bang | bearishly | bluffly | bluntly | boorishly | brashly | brusquely | cavalierly | churlishly | crustily | curtly | dash | forthwith | gruffly | harshly | hastily | head over heels | headfirst | headforemost | headlong | heels over head | impetuously | impulsively | like a flash | like a thunderbolt | nastily | of a sudden | on short notice | plop | plump | plunk | pop | precipitantly | precipitately | precipitously | rashly | sharp | sharply | short | shortly | slap | slap-bang | smack | snippily | startlingly | sudden | suddenly | surprisingly | unawares | unexpectedly | without notice | without warning

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Abruptly In Webster's Dictionary

\Ab*rupt"ly\, adv. 1. In an abrupt manner; without giving notice, or without the usual forms; suddenly. 2. Precipitously. {Abruptly pinnate} (Bot.), pinnate without an odd leaflet, or other appendage, at the end. --Gray.

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