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- adv. In one group; together.
- adv. At the same time; simultaneously.
- adv. Immediately; now; right away.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adv. At one and the same time; simultaneously; in one body.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. without delay or hesitation; with no time intervening
- adv. simultaneously
Raphael detaches himself from the external symmetry of Perugino's art, attaining a harmony at once more complex, intimate, and living.
As to the impediment that arises from the celebrant's official charge, we may say at once that it can be either the obligation of saying the conventual Mass or that of saying the parochial Mass on a feast day.
The spark was applied by Mary Magdalen, and the flame at once spread with the rapidity and force of a conflagration.
A powerful expedition was organized at once under Francesco Vasquez de Coronado, for the conquest of this new country.
At about the same time the ducal House of Pomerania was nearing extinction, so that all at once the state ruled by the Hohenzollerns seemed to approach a great extension of its territories.
She was Duchess Anne of Mandagor, from England and therefore at once distrusted by everyone.
Pressed in the Commons by Labour's deputy leader, Harriet Harman, to accede to a public inquiry, Clegg said: "If there are wider issues that need to be looked at once the police investigation is complete, of course we can return to them."
The mausoleum of Theodoric, a decagonal structure, covered with a great monolith thirty-six feet in diameter, is the monument that reveals Roman art in its purest form, at once austere and graceful.
Bobby Baldwin was dressed in gray trousers and a gray Lacoste tennis shirt, at once sporting and sober, to suit his image.
Then, less than a week later, columnist Jack Anderson published the language from the meeting minutes about the tilt, exposing at once administration hypocrisy and bitter conflict within the U.S. government.