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in time

adverb as in sooner or later

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Example Sentences

Current talks are taking place in this environment, with the release of Palestinian prisoners by Israel as a built-in time bomb.

All language is protean, a moment-in-time snap-shot of evolution in action.

The frozen-in-time Facebook page of a friend who recently passed away jarred him into this realization.

In fact, e-commerce is a massive and growing just-in-time industry.

The just-in-time mentality has spread from manufacturing and retailing into other businesses, and into our personal lives.

And there was even some wood, for Mr. 'Possum had worked hard to lay away a supply of things for a long snowed-in time.

At turning-in time there was more than one little row, for sleeping accommodations were limited.

"My little sister's head is washed to-morrow, at sky shutting-in time," said she.

By the time I get to the vee-kraal it will be counting-in time.

After a bathe in the creek near by, we had a hearty supper, and then sat outside yarning and smoking till turn-in time.


On this page you'll find 135 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to in time, such as: accessory, adjuvant, attendant, attending, belonging, and coefficient.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.