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Spell check of instant

Correct spelling: instant

irregular, necessitous, vociferous, blink, compelling, exacting, directly, egregious, precooked, s, arcminute, clamant, pulse, bout, first off, point, juncture, glaring, urgent, clamorous, secondment, crisp, imperative, cardinal point, heartbeat, right away, inst, newsflash, straight, cool, instantaneousness, crying, episode, forthwith, news bulletin, present moment, condition, pulsation, flashing, current, nictitation, a bit, headlong, endorsement, present-day, strident, circumstance, timelessness, situation, second base, flashbulb, present, occurrence, flash, ostentation, rank, import, jiffy, wink, minute, chewy, occasion, immediacy, fanfare, straight away, straight off, minute of arc, consequence, imperious, blatant, ongoing, critical, photoflash, prompt, insistent, now, flash bulb, arcsecond, on-the-spot, instantaneous, right now, repetitive, straightaway, eye blink, newsbreak, twinkling, immediately, event, milestone, sec, caramelized, importunate, burning, chilled, buttery, exigent, New York minute, pressing, flare, hour, moment, min, at once, second gear, second, dire, ready-to-eat, prepared, indorsement, flashgun, blinking, suddenly, emergent, happening, calorific, mo, gross, blink of an eye, here and now, nictation, beat, instantly, immediate, short-term, twinkle, crispy, winking, incidence, conjuncture, landmark, extant, time, trice, bit, status, today, fast, cream, right off, jiff, flagrant, flash lamp, split second, tick, big, promptly, basis.

delayed, old-time, finished, antiquated, outworn, archaic, past, ago, noncritical, stable, old-fashioned, future, incidental, out-of-date, deferred, unimportant, low-pressure, unborn, protracted, bygone, erstwhile, over, dilatory, through, trivial, oldfangled, dated, ended, former, completed, sluggish, prolonged, negligible, antediluvian, safe, ancient, imploring, tardy, musty, obsolete, old, concluded, up, antique, passé, minor, terminated, beseeching, coming, slow, fusty, pleading, done.

Examples of usage:

1) It was in that instant that my heart began to break, and now I know why. - "The Eye of Dread", Payne Erskine.

2) Yes, my Lady, this instant, and such a journey as we 've had! - "The Martins Of Cro' Martin, Vol. II (of II)", Charles James Lever.

3) I 'm ready,- this hour, this instant, if you like it. - "The Martins Of Cro' Martin, Vol. II (of II)", Charles James Lever.