Synonym: coach, hint, immediate, instant, punctual, quick, ready, remind, suggest. Antonym: slow. Similar words: compromise, exempt from, promote, prominent, promotion, promising, symptom, preempt. Meaning: [prɑmpt /prɒmpt] n. 1. a cue given to a performer (usually the beginning of the next line to be spoken) 2. (computer science) a symbol that appears on the computer screen to indicate that the computer is ready to receive a command. v. 1. give an incentive for action 2. serve as the inciting cause of 3. assist (somebody acting or reciting) by suggesting the next words of something forgotten or imperfectly learned. adj. 1. according to schedule or without delay 2. characterized by speed and efficiency 3. quick in apprehending or reacting 4. performed with little or no delay.
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(2) Prompt payment of bills is greatly appreciated.
(3) I'm looking forward to a prompt reply.
(4) This mechanic is always prompt in his duties.
(5) In business, a prompt reply is imperative.
(6) Prompt action was required as the fire spread.
(7) Your prompt attention to this matter will be appreciated.
(8) This problem calls for swift/prompt action from the government.
(9) Prompt payment of the invoice would be appreciated.
(10) We would be grateful for prompt payment of your account.
(11) There are many emergencies which need prompt first aid treatment.
(12) His prompt action prevented the fire from spreading.
(13) The bus will leave at 8 o'clock prompt.
(14) Lunch is at two. Try to be prompt.
(15) How exactly did he prompt her, Mr Markham?
(16) Prompt payment of bills greatly helps our company.
(17) Prompt action by prison staff prevented a violent free-for-all.
(18) He probably owes his life to her prompt action.
(19) The situation calls for prompt action.
(20) We'll be leaving at six o'clock prompt.
(21) We offer a 5% cash discount for prompt payment.
(22) Please be prompt when attending these meetings.
(23) They're usually fairly prompt in dealing with enquiries.
(24) Her prompt actions probably saved my life.
(25) She needed an occasional prompt. Sentencedict.com
(26) She was very prompt in answering my letter.
(27) Prompt action must be taken.
(28) The meeting will begin at ten o'clock prompt.
(29) He's always prompt to criticize other people's ideas.
(30) She laid down strict rules for her tenants including prompt payment of rent.
More similar words: compromise, exempt from, promote, prominent, promotion, promising, symptom, preempt, bumptious, sumptuous, assumption, consumption, from, Roman, far from, as from, compel, compare, comply, company, away from, romance, come from, compete, compose, complex, syndrome, keep from, romantic, hear from.