Presently

Pres"ent*ly

(?), adv. 1. At present; at this time; now. [Obs.]
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The towns and forts you presently have.
Sir P. Sidney.
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2. At once; without delay; forthwith; also, less definitely, soon; shortly; before long; after a little while; by and by. Shak.
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And presently the fig tree withered away.
Matt. xxi. 19.
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3. With actual presence; actually . [Obs.]
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His precious body and blood presently three.
Bp. Gardiner.
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