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Definition of: immediacy

(i·mēdē·ə·sē) noun
1. The state or quality of being immediate; freedom from the intervention of any intermediate person or thing.
2. In the feudal system, the condition of being next in rank to the suzerain.
3. Philos. a Independent or non–relative existence or being. b Consciousness or direct awareness, apart from memory or reasoning, c Intuitive knowledge as distinguished from that arrived at by proof or reasoning.

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imperial immediacy
immediacy index
nonverbal immediacy
emotional immediacy
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presentational immediacy
immediacy behaviors
physical immediacy
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immediacy reichsunmittelbarkeit
dramatic immediacy
immediacy reichsfreiheit
immediacy behavior
immediacy philosophy

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