timously

timously

(ˈtaɪməslɪ)
adv
a variant of timeously
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Patients presenting during change of shifts for nurses or doctors were not attended to timously (7.
For example, when the townspeople of Dorchester prepared a day of humiliation, the minister "reflected with shame & sorrow upon our unbecoming deportments" and warned the congregation that God would punish them unless they "met our god with humiliation, supplication, & reformation; and timously make our peace with him.
Therefore the onus is upon you to ensure payment is timously (sic) made.