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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishsummarilysum‧ma‧ri‧ly /ˈsʌmərəli/ adverb  immediately, and without following the normal process He was summarily dismissed.
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summarilyIn the end, the matter was summarily despatched.After suffering my attentions at the roadside, Amin had summarily dismissed him.The employers learned of the letters and summarily dismissed the employees for gross misconduct.The previous commander had been summarily dismissed.In that case, he should be summarily drawn and quartered.The case can be tried summarily only if the accused consents.But once again, urban parents recently were summarily rounded up and branded the culprits.They were clogged with cases because there was no procedure for summarily trying minor offences.
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