earliest

[ ur-lee ]SEE DEFINITION OF earliest

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR EARLIEST

The earliest inhabitants of the world did not know what it was.

They were Europeans, and their earliest home had been in the Isle of Crete.

Was it not thus he had been from earliest childhood taught to look at them?

Why, from my earliest years I had been accustomed to think of myself as plain, and had not cared.

From earliest childhood I saw a good deal of them, and I know what I say.

The earliest mention we have of Satanic influence is at the fall.

It is, indeed, only in maturity that we know how lovely were our earliest years!

She and his father had been at variance from his earliest remembrance.

He was one of Massachusetts' earliest militia-men, and had a leg shot off at Lexington.

I beg to be informed at your earliest convenience, what advances you have made my son.'

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