Etymology
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immediacy (n.)

c. 1600, from immediate + abstract noun suffix -cy. Middle English had immediacioun "close connection, proximity" (mid-15c.).

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Definitions of immediacy

immediacy (n.)
lack of an intervening or mediating agency;
the immediacy of television coverage
Synonyms: immediateness
immediacy (n.)
immediate intuitive awareness;
Synonyms: immediate apprehension
immediacy (n.)
the quickness of action or occurrence;
the immediacy of their response
Synonyms: immediateness / instantaneousness / instancy
From wordnet.princeton.edu