early[ ur-lee ]SEE DEFINITION OF early
Synonyms for early
- a bit previous
- early bird
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR EARLY
Again he recurred to his early years, and talked fondly of his wife and children.
Early were hammers ringing on anvils in the Dragon Court, and all was activity.
He early ascertained his limitations with respect to New York and its people.
He said "It is Light" and he used the rays of the early sun to gather food for his family.
The fame of the Nile valley must have spread at an early date.
Early this morning Windich and I went in search of more water.
Early this morning we continued on, Windich's horse scarcely able to walk.
I suppose there are a number of girls here, although it's early.
The best thing for you to do is to have an early luncheon and a long sleep.
They wanted me to be shackled: for early did they doubt my morals, as to the sex.
MORE RELATED WORDS FOR EARLY
- of old
- of yore