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Two years later he again invaded the rich land of the Nile, only to find himself confronted by a Roman general, who peremptorily ordered him to retreat. - "The Makers and Teachers of Judaism", Charles Foster Kent.
Sir Edward made no reply, only dismissed her more peremptorily than usual, and when she had left the room he leaned his arms on the chimney piece, and resting his head on them, gazed silently into the fire with a knitted brow. - "Probable Sons", Amy LeFeuvre.
peremptory, perfunctorily, perceptivity, perceptively, perceptibly.